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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 7, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915010701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 7, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. I'UUE HEI.1O10S, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND OOOI) GOVERNMENT TWMTT WTH TIA. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 7. 1915. Tobacco 1ml burning will begin NUMBKR 40. next - ; FOR OTHER g month. t)k-r- The big Vogol Minstrel at houe Monday trf eltt. l.neater IT HOT Larly gardener ar already lieginnlng tn onlor special variety of seeds. FOLKS Don't ml m The Seminary Girl at school Atiilltorlum next Saturday night. Til ailvent of the new year brings no pmmlw of n relation of the bloody war being waged in Iutigc. IS OUR BUSINESS Ttie success,. of a 'CHARLIE STORMES'1. ANOTHER GOOD SALE Friends and relatives mill bo grieved! Mr. lloli N'aylor sold llKXI pound nf to learn of the death of the faithful tobacco at 19 cen'a nil round, at the old dorse of Mr J. K. Slormes which I Peoples Tobacco Warehouse at Danville ocrurt-Saturday from n stroke of last Friday. aralyti. Charlie was in his iWth. 7!. ear and declared his freedom about UWLY rll (Wtr. tho time automobiles came to town. He Aa a result of th recent Ipcal option; wn never known for hli flectnet. but election In Kentucky nirw rnorncountfrs t.,.. I . ip.u iiriiri .....!.(.. ...1I..I.III.. mil I . iiiniiiicaf iniMuuiiy I "I lib 1, slicktlvenrss" always getting there oniy nueenivei courucs if you gave him time. . .... ... lttN j mmmm .ft y f in wr oimf. lictween the movers aid the tobacco men, the turnpike of the county' are' pretty wyll congetrd these days, . V IT WELCOME 'VISITOR, Mr. t id Mrs. ColemairI.ee antThand- some young son, of Ixindon, Ky,, are BUSINESS CHANGES. Messrs Howard und Aker who conducted tht gjtee,ry and .meat ltore on the public tf)uar'for the past year; have, sold their buJineas to Mr, S A. Jones and Son Olid, tfie transfer was rriade last Friday., We are sorry to announce that Mr. 'ALer continues in bad health and is now at' tho home 'of Ida mother in Leyingtbh, wiiere he was removed about two wee)(Siagj. Heading System i deoends uoon the ability of i i - the man who plans it. Be sure your choice of him is right. SEE CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS registered at the Hungarian hotel, having arrived there last .Sunday. Cole man Is an pid Lancaster boy with lots always glad to After iblrtpn'hnjfilajrs the kiddie of friends lure, who are see him and remember him so well in Wtfr extrenrfttrtluclftnt lnt taky up his younger days. He has been the !,. their school clulfi'9 again, on Monday. N. agent nt for thirteen a Jenuate for ..The cannon rdar ears and is considered one of the best e tjefprjse against Invasfob, hut it surely in the service. does limits h big noise Christmas times. BARGAINS THAT PLEASE. From the way the tobacco Is "pour ing in" on Hilly Speith and Jake draw, In this issue of the paper will be one would think lie was on South found a page advertisement of Mr. Jo. Broadway in Lexington. W. Smith, one of our enterprising local 'Uncle Dave" llosi lost several star merchants. While he has no intention boar dor luit week when the prisoners of going out of business, he merely some convicted at the lut term of circuit states that he is overstocked with splendid merchandise and he proposes court were taken to the penitentiary. to sell ft at prices that will make it go The community was arouied shortly to make room for his large springstock oftrr midnight last Thursday night by hich he has alre&dy purchased. At the vigorous ringing of the fire bell. the prices he H quoting in his advertiseUnl some rxulierant individual "ring- ment, we have no doubt but what his His ing out the i.kl. ringing in the new clearance ailr will be a success. ale begins Saturday morning and lasts year". for 20 days only. The old time cuitum of turning the public square into a battle ground with $150.! and fire crackers as IOUND DOG BRINGS roman candle weajions. we are delighted to say, has (iua' the noted hound dog belong- pained into history, and ladles may now ng to Mr. A. K. Walker and the best be on the ttreets on Christmas eve one by long odds that ever trailed a fox without danger of being struck bv a wa sold last week to Smith Bros of stray missile Waco Texas, for $150. The grief of Mr. Walker in giving up his favorite dog, was pitiful indeed and he said if CATTLE KILLED. the dog had been taken out and shot he The official report just issued by Dr. couldn't have felt any more grieved. T. M. Owens shows there have been Mr. Walker still owns thedamoP'Gus" slaughtered in Kentucky as the result and hopes some day to raise one just of the foot and month disease, 761 as good. We sympathize with Mr, cattle and 262 hogs. Nearly half of the Walker in the loss of his dog, but the animals killed were in Hardin county. fabulous pi ice he received would rover multitude of tears for us. GENEROUS OFFERS. I'riccs not-'b- Lave "fl mens nil wool suits' left. fa.CO fo $ 7,wrAl5 thev last IHan, Arujcrsnnffi Tomllnson. 1 Call and See our Line of BOX BALLlALLEY. Mr. John Warner of Stanford, tias recently Installed in tho I.anctuitcr Mottling works room, a lux hall alley of the very latest and modern imnrove- ments. This game is much more pref erable than the o'd bowling alley and Is one that any lady should enjoy and as many are already proving adepts at the game, we are sure that It will find mnny who will take advantage of this Innocent amusement and exetcise. Stoves and Gooking Utensils. BANK STATEMENTS. Judging from the prosperous condi tion of the three banks of Lancaster as shown by their statements at the close ot business December 31st., l'Jlt. they have no reason whatever to complain of depressed conditions which prevailed a few months ago. All of them show deposits about normal at this time of year. The Citizens Hank declares a dividend of 4 per cent and carries $3,000. to its surplus, making theftotal surplus of this bank now $15,000. The National Hank declares ltsV."Jtli. dividend of 4 percent out of the net li) earnings of the past six months and shows a surplus of $30,000. with an undivided profit of $6,000. The Garrard (!) Bank and Trust Co. declares a dividend of 2 per cent besides showing a surplus of $&000, which speaks well for the msjsmgement of this young institution. semi-annusemi-annu- HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. I WE COMPETE WITH quality! The proprietors of the two picture houses have very generously ottered the net receipts for one night, for the benetit of (he war sufferers. The dates will be announced later and a good bill for each performance promis LANE-DUN- N. I 1 GLEN LlfcY Why? BECAUSE . SEE OUR 5 10 10, azid 2 Co LTt ass Iflf&ve. 1 Casselrolls Water $1. and Up, Plated Ware Sets, Silver Very useful and cheap Glazed Pottery Ware in Sets. Your account is ready. Call and settle. J. R. Mount, Son & Co. 1L Iti IE 1L Keep Ybur Eye On This ipace For Saturday Bargains. Rain Coats worth $3.00 at $2.23 Rain Coats worth $7.00 at $4.42 Rain Coats worth $6.00 at $3.23 1.50 AmoV Water Proof Pants 98c 50c Underwear 39a ready-to-we- ar 5c work 1 Shirts 39c. Suits and Ladies' and Mci's Coats at less than cost; until closed out. Duriiains in Ladies an Chlldreus Underwear. Come early. If Gf M. ' LYONS 3C 3C uvoriM ima mi fins iuu. II 3C Ml This speaks of Belgium alone. there must he added thousands in France, Germany, Poland, Kussia, Eng land, Austin and servia who are in I want because the bread winners are them. - Messenger. either on the battlehe'd or lying in a BEAT IT? CAIfYOU Alias llarvie Dunn, as she was so lonely grave. And how many more shall well remembered here, where she be in a starving condition before this Sanders Ilros. of Coy, in this county is raised on .one acre of measured land, frequently visited, 11. a niece of Mrs. J. fearful struggle is ended, no man can K. McKoberts of say. It. Mount and Mr. last yeiMLSMKl pounds of tobacco, Every nation ac war and every neu, city. Her relatives and friends as set the Hith of last this This tobacco good wishes. tral nation has begun the work of reJuly and was marketed here to C. A. here extend many powerful lief, but to rich prosperous, Speith and Co for nine cuts n pound. America belongs tha pnviledge of giv realizing Mrum the single acre OST OFFICE FORCE BUSY. thus ing the largest part, and so saving $232.00. Can vou'bei'Ut The Lancaster post ollice experienced the greatest number of lives. In order to accomplish the great task an increase in business and mail hand CONSOLIDATED led during the holiday's rush of about "The Committee of Mercy" with head per cent over any previous quarters in New York City, and branch Mr. Frank Conn who hasconducted twenty-fiv- e a garage on Lexington street for the, year. Under the wise supervision of organizations in every State has been past year, has consolidated With the postmaster F 1'. llrown tqe additional established. This committee is inter Lancaster Motor Car Co., onjStanford increase required no additional help national, neutral, nonpartisan and non- street and can now be found at the other than the regular torce, which sectarian. It works thru the Ambas latter place. Lancaster can boast of are both able and etftllcient. The mails sudors of America in the countries afhaving the best garage In the state were never congested and were distri fected and thru the Ucd Cross on the and no mere etlicient help can be found buted on schedule time, which speaks field. Many ot the most prominent well for the klndfofkpostmuater Mr. people in both America and Europe are than Mr. Douglas and Mr, Conn. llrown U making for TCLncaster. iuot only giving of their means but of ginning with the first day of this month their tune und thought us well. THE SEMINARY GIRLS. and continuing throughout tho month, In our own Slate the organization, This is one of the series of The In all mail will be weighed carefully and a by appointment, of Governor McCieurv ternationul Kntertuinment Bureau and record kept and furnished the depart- of receivers In every county has been This is done perfected and the work is progressing, will be seen nt the School Auditonum. ment at end of month. next Saturday night. It is considered for one month only during the year and Kev. K. L. l'owell of Louisville, the bv fur the best entertainment of the it will mean some more hard work for State President, am Mrs. J. E. Storm entire series and n good crowd is as the ollice. hut that they will be equal es of Lancaster has been appointed sured them. Thtt program consists of to the emergency, goes without saying. Ileceiver for Garrard county. Even Uncle Sum is interested and I duets, solos, violin selections, piano I novelties, cartooning, reuding ami AND WHY NOT LANCASTER? will ship free by 1'urcel I'odt, food and clothing to relievo the great need of humorons sketches. The "I'ublic Square" in Luucoster is these Innocent sufferers abread. What on an elevation, and each of the streets part is Garrard County, with her bumA NEW YEAR GIFT. leading from the business mart is onan per wheut crop and her 7,000,000 pound What New con- tobacco crop going to pluyT Mr. George A. McKoberts, of Stan angle of about 45 degrees. ford und Covington, was given u New crete sidewalks have been put down on answer will we give to the sobbing Yeir present in tho person of a little these thoroughfares, pedestrians going moan of widowed mothers, and the to and from their places of business or piteous wail of dying babies as thay daughter. Mrs. McKoberts was Miss Uesslu visiting the square are compelled to ask us for biead? One dollar will give tlallew liurnsides and if the little girl traverse these sidewalks. Ice and snow u meal to sixteen. How many will we is just half as pretty as her mother she on these walks maxe travelling ex feed and still have plenty and to spare? A few individuals, lodges and churches tremely hazardous, and that means will have every reason tu be vain. given, but the great The Itecord joins the friends of tb that these streets have been dangerous has already citizens have as yet fond parents in extending congratula fur the past several weeks, and as it Is majority of our we should have a contiona and wishing the young lady "bon reasonable to suppose that winter is given nothing, but fairly started, it also means that tribution no matter how small from voyage". they are liable to become dangerous every church, Sunday School, school many more times ero the coming of. and benevolent organization In Garrard MAIL CARRIERS WEIGHING County, and from business Arms and warm weather. Many cities thi Mighout the state are individuals as well. The Hural Mall Carriers are busy Our good neighbors of Boyle County welgning mail during the currant busy Issuing warrants for their citizens months. The carriers salaries are now for their failure to clean the snow from have already sent in over $500 and will baaed upon the amount of mail handled, their sidewalks, while others are equally no doubt send more. We should not the distance traveled and the length of busy enacting ordinances to force them let our neighbors get ahead of us in this good work, "lie gives twice who time spent on their various routes, and to clear their walks of ice and snow. As a usual thing Lancaster wants gives quickly". this necesaitatei the added work of The Central Itecord has been deslgnat classifying, weighing and counting each every good thing, Including ordinances, piece of hall handled by them during at which their neighbors have. How about ed by Mrs, Stormss to receive the and a li't and amount of least two months of ach year, the such an ordinance of this nature! months to be spudded by the depart' Surely the need is sufficiently urgent those contributing will be published ch week. Send in yours now. rasnt. to warrant such sn ordinance. Mr. K. I. Lane and Miss llari Dunn, surprised their many frjendrby going to the residence of llev. H. C. Garrison, where they werv united in So marriage at 4;30 p. in. yesterday. ed. well did the couple keep their secret that only the immediate family knew their intentionvThe bride is the pretMULES FOR ALLIES. ty and attractiv?aaughter of Mr. and A, Wright purchased for the Mr. Dunn, while the groom is English Government here last Friday, MrvJaupes an eiietgetlc moral young man and one horse muhi'of II. F. IlnHsenTfor holds a lucrative and responsible posl . . . , .i . . .. r in HU, one oi Arm. uasun lor ii-.u- ne tion with the Kentucky Central Insur Craig and Brown for $135 and a one ance Co. The happy couple of Inv eyed mule ofil'rewitt Thompson for mediately for Louisville and other W3. points where many good wishes follow GARRARD SHOULD HELP THE COUNTY WAR SUFFERERS. I a 'There has never been such dire want in any land in our time. Three million women and children are starving in Belgium. Five million dollars worth of food a month for the winter is needed". Thus reads the cablegram from the American Ambassador at I I 1 lft I I Garrard A Million Dollars has beejyspent in the courts trying to prove that Bleached Flour is not injurous to health BECAUSE Glen Lily is the only Flour on this f. market NOT Bleached. CAN YOU afford to let price destroy both Health and Quality. Milling Go. fJOHN BIG CITY I VOGELS i Minstrels ANEW SHOW The Birjgest, Best and Most Complete WITH NEW Minstrel Organiza Free Street tion in ttTWfir ITS T Parade At Noon. Existence wwui The Big Show Everybody Goes to See. TH HINSTRCf. KINO. LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 11th. 5& 17, J 'A. Lite. i Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Jan 7, 1915. I R. K. Rowlett, 340 pounds, $ 86.22, Leslie Long, 2250 pounds $293.48, G. W. Noe, 2640 pounds $303.37 Prewltt & Kelly, 2690 pounds 370.74 B. F. Cotton, 2265 pounds $280.47 Some sales of Tobacco made on our floor in past few days. average $13.50 average 13.04 average 11.50 average 14.23 average 12.38 W H Kanatza Baker & Moberly, 3810 pounds $381.43 Shearer Bros 7720 pounds $975.70 Sim Wheeler 2120 pounds $357.91 Amos Prewltt 2270 pounds $241.83 1 average average 10.01 065 pounds ! 1 5.43 average average auerage 10.84 12.76 16.88 10.65 "We Give You a Square Deal." Bring Your Tobacco To The HUME RICHMOND, The readera of this paper wilt b least on Sl.sstd to Itirn that there ti athas been disease that science able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the onlr positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken actinic directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and (Wins; the patient strength kr building up the constitution and asalstlne-naturIn doing Its work. The proprietors hare so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for Hat of teatlmonlals. Address: F. J. CHKNET 4t CO., Tol.do. O. Sold tv all trulats. 15c. Taks Hsil's Fsmllr Pills for conatlpatloo. LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO INCORPORATED. W E C OMPANT KENTUCKY. $109 Reward. $100 CRYING FOR HELP. Grow- Lots of It in Lancaster But Daily ing Less. Notip'e To Customers and Friends of The Lancaster Ory Cleaning Co. We have moved our Dry Cleaning Shop to my home on East Water The kidneys often cry for help. Not another organ in the whole bodv more delicately constructed. Not one more important to health. The kidneys are the filters of the blood. When they fail the blood becomes foul and poisonous. There can be no health where there is poisoned blood. Backache is one of the frequent indication of kidney trouble, j It is often the kidneys' cry for help-- I Heed it. Kead what Doan's Kidney Tills have done for overworked kidneys. Kead what Doan's have done for Lancaster people. Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancas ter, Ky., says: "I had weak kidneys. Their action was irregular and often painful. My back pained me. It was then that I used Doan's Kidney Fills. Thsy fixed me up in good shape. The paina left and rav kidneys became normal." Trice 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy- - get same that Doan's Kindev Tills-t- he Mr. Hibbard had. Co., Trops,, Buffals N. Y. Foster-Milburn HAHKSHl'Hl. Miss Lewis Simpson who has been square of Lexing- quite sick is improving. Street, one-ha- lf ton street, and can do your Dry Miss Ann Higgins of Taint Lick was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank HigCleaning cheaper as our expenses gins last week. are less. Mr. Ben Hughes and family of Lancaster spent the week end with Mrs. We appreciate your business in Margaret Sutton. the past and can give you better W. D. Marksbury has accepted a position as clerk in of Joe service in the future as our plant Skinner at Marcelles, the store ensuing for the year. is built for the business. Mr. Johnson and daughter of Mo., who have been in Tenn., visiting relatives are now the guests of Mr. and Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Phone 230. Mrs. Mahan. Rev. Mahan who delights in a strict business regime for the church is gradually bringing it up to a systematic plan of working, which has hitherto been conducted in a very loose way. BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY rriJtit TYPEWRITING and Business. Phonography WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLIEBE cl Ij. UtlTervltj UcGrporVtj ial fttccmcrta Coaaereul in rufrratitil i d jnt$vt tirltnc lit I'M iht UtiklLtf tuiinrM. kUoS&yfaft ) tutitf Bdnter nnw, nium tt" (Mrti WILIll H K. H MI Til. LeilnifUm, Ky. afternoon. .Mr. N'aylor is a son cf Mr. LUKE McLUKE SAYS. anil .urs. joiw savior anil is n nnrtl Do you know that of all the minor working, industrious fellow. The bride ailments colds are by far the most is a r of Mrs. William You'll see coats anil vests on the sufdangerous? It is not the colds them- Duvall and is both talented and handfragette, but slit isn't wearing the selves that you need to fear, but the some. The writer joins with their serious diseases that they so often lead host of friends in wishing then a long other things. A man who couldn't tell you the Vice to. For that reason every cold should and happv life together. The young be gotten rid of with the least passible President's name when he i sober can couple nave gone to Housekeeping on delay. To accomplish this you will' drink ten beers and tell you how to run Gilbert's creek in Garrard. find Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy ofj the Goverment. great help to you. It loosens i cold, What has become of the old fashion relieves the lungs, aids expectoration McCltKAKY. ed man who wore squeaky shoes and a and enables the system to throw off the paper collar every Sunday? cold. For sale by all dealers. Mis Iteulah Heazley is visiting Miss Ida Tarbell says she can't imngine Bessie Tarter in Somerset. what women.s i .utiles nre coming Mr. I!. II. Heazlev anddaughter Miss Wait until Spring, Ida, and you won't I'KKACIIKKSVII.LK. Beulah are in Somerset the guest of need any imagination. Mr. W. II. Wnddela. I am tired of looking at these magaMrs. Jane Hell has been indisposed, .Mr. Creed Simpson of Richmond zine covers which show a sleniitr feII. Kigsby is quite ill with a severe J. spent Xmas with his parents Mr. and male with two inch hips and n one inch cold. Mrs. William Simpson. waist, wry doesn t some magaz as Tom Gill has moved to the old Hobbs make a hit by using a picture of a fat place. girl with a human figure? Miss Gertrude Adams visited Miss Cough Medicine for Children. The women rave over the tube form, Talitha Bell. Never give a child a cough medicine which means a shape like a base ball Mrs. Rosanna Graves visited .Mr?,, J that contains opium in any form. When bat. And they adore the "suelte" J. Thompson. opium is given otl.sr and more serious figure, which means a form like a secMr, B. T. Lunsford has been sick diseases may folluw. Long experience tion of fire hose. But n, congress of several days. has demonstrated that there is no better tublc and suelte shapes couldn't draw a Mrs. Christ Weyler was with Mrf. or safer medicine for coughs, colds and man away from a girl who hns dimples Wm. Ranke. croup in children than Chamberlain's all over her anatomy. Both Mr and Mrs. Peyton Tarrish Cough Remedy, It is equally valuable Girls are all alike anil yet sodilTerent. are on the sick list. for adults. Try yit. It contains no There is the girl who will hold you up Mrs. W. C. Cummins and children opium or other harmful drug. For sal anil gab until yuu would like to hit her by all dealers. were sick last week. on the nose to get rid of her. And there is the girl who smiles with her Mrs. Sarah Mullins visited Mr. and eyet and without opening her mouth Mrs. Cyrus Johnson. COY siuithinm that make yon feel funny Miss Delia Mae Lawrence visited all Miss Wadie Mae Thompson. Miss Catherine Bout ne is the guest cUimisI J. P. Arnold will move to the old of her friend Miss i'eactie Mae Sanders. Some of the fat girls have on them that I have been rather.ltard Green place on Drake's creek. Mr. Clide Sanders has been visiting and roasted them. Why;, bless your Mrs. Tom Lunsford cut her thumb friends in Jessamine county for several hearts. I will vote for theTplump kind very severely while cutting meat. days. any day in the week. Thereriever was There has been quite a lot of moving a man who would pass vou up unless he Miss Rachel Foley, of Williamsburg, in our community the last few days. was hypnotized. They may pad, they is visiting her father Mr. E. Foley. may wire 'em with buckle and string, More than for several years. David Stephens, of near Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Sanders and little but the old jelly wobble is still the real killed b water snake one of the cold T son of Crab Orchard have le.n with thing days last week. his mother, Mrs. Mary Sanders for the There was a time when' a man got Mrs. W. H. Cummins is quite ill of a holidays. rich at it, but nowadays canvassers are complication of diteases, but is better Mr. Clyde Sanders and eister Teachie starving to ileatbtrjlng to sell books at this writing. Mae attended a New Year's party at on "What aJWoung Girl Ought to Mrs. It. G. Pettus and Miss Rinda Mr. Sam Morford's of Jessamine Co., Know.- "Pettus are visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Joe Friday night. Pettus at Springfield. Little Cecil Sanders returned home Excelleit for Stomach Trouble. Mrs. Lydia Rigsby, the aged mother Saturday ftom a weeks visit to his of Messrs. J. R., Matt, and Tom grandmother Mrs. Wilson Wade of "Chamberiain's Tablets are just tine Rigsby died last week after a long Sulphur Well. for stomach trouble," writes Mrs. (!. years Deceased was illness. Mr. aid Mrs. Tom Hicks of Ilryants- - C. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was botherold. ville entertained on Tuesday evening in ed with this complaint for some time Mr. Rodney Navlor, aged 2U. and honor of Misses Catherine Bourne and and frequently had bilious attacks. me Miss Violet Ethel Smith, aged 22, Peachie Mae Sander andbrothers. Tb Chamberlain's Tablets uirorded celebrated the close of the year by house was beautifully decorattd in great relief from the first, and since Refreshments were taking one bottle of them I feel like a driving to the Methodist parsonage ferns and tolly. ...I,--- .. If It llnlril M.iil IhM words served and all the young people reported ditferent person." For sale by all I dealers. which made them one on last Thursday i h delightful time. Dangers of a Cold. I grand-daughte- KENTUCRIANS SWIFTLY RELIEVED OF STOMACH ILLS BY MAYR REMEDY This First Dote ofWondeaful Treatment Shows thousands of just such letters. wonderful rrtnetl shows results, safely, Results After Years of Suffering. and with the firs' dose Mayr's Wonde ftil Stomach Remedy Many KentucKians have found swift clests the digest .'e traJt of mucoid relief from disorders of the t' much and remve Klsonous matter. and intestinal tract by the use of Ma) r's It brings swift rlief to sufferers from miim-ntWonderful Stomach Remedy. of tin stomach, liver and The first dose Ktve result. It is not lion- - s. Many leclare it has saved a long treatment. then: from dsnifrous operations and Here are statements taken from the main are sure it has saved their lives. We want all p iple'who have chronic letters of two Kentucky people who have used the remedy: stomach troubls or constipation, no W. II. CLARKK, Central. City, Ky. matter of how ling standing, to try "The medicine has done my wife a one iloe of M) s Wonderful Stomach world of good and she has been suffer Itemed) one do will convince you ing with stomach trouble for years." This is the medir ne many of our Kmin-nr- e. MRS. I1KLLK HAWKINS. people have bees taking with surprisKy. "I have taken all of the medicine. ing results. The most thorough system I don't think I need any now. as I think Mayr's Wonderful cleanser ever soli. 1 I am well. never felt better in mv Stomach Itemed) is now sold here h 11, K. Mcltoberts life." and druggists ever)-whet- e. From alt over the country come, IRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR tn 73 cj FAST WINTER SERVICE TO Jl in 73 73 in in 73 73 73 oF 'A FLORIDA Via tr. 73 tr. 73 m m 73 tr.i in 73 73 73 in in SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the.Soith "ST LOUIS SPECIAL" Uteri-classteel equipped train; throiiKfi Drawing-rooPullman Sleeping Care to Ashcville ajtl Jacksonville s. tr. T, tn tr. m 73 73 73 73 50, C5 I in STEEL. COACHES-NF.- W in m DINING CAR SERVICE ' All Electric Lighted to Other Famous Southern Rnorts Aiken 73 m m 73 73 73 73 Augusta Charleston Columbia Savannah Summerville d Very Low Homeseekers' Fares V'inter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and other fiecial features. For information ns to schedules, fares nni through sleeping car service communicate with your local agent or IV. in II. TODD, imirlct .Slnrh nnllilllll. lMillllr, ij. l'ntrii,!e ,rnt SR SR SR SR' SR SR SR SR SR 9R SR SR SR SR iraa Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 191-1- . Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. TO R. E. HENRY. Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD Are You. a Woman ? STREET. m Cardui Tin Woman's Tonic FN SALE AT ALL MVMBTS C. A. Speith Co., Managers No Commission Charged. We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload The Same Day. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 7, 1915 Page 3 RAM SUE OF ENTIRE SATURDAY, ATT'D T5T? Xw Jy And Ending: Saturday, January 30th, January 9,1915 1915. OCK, BEGINNING Owing to a backward Fall season, we find ourselves entering the New Year badly A CJfiTST AmwIN " OVERSTOCKED with heavy Winter Merchandise, consisting of Mens' and Boys UUlu heavy Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Furnishings of all kinds. We will therefore make a desperate struggle in the month of January to close out every piece of heavy merchandise in our store,and will for the next 20 days beginning Saturday, January 9. 1915, offer our entire stock at absolute cost and in many instances less than cost in order to move the goods out of our store and maje ready for invoice and roomfor our spring and summer stock which is now in process of manufacture and will soon be ready for shipment. person in this entire community knows our reputation for quality, clean store and clean merchandise and we propose to maintain that reputation by keepingour house clear of all unseasonable goods and undesirabls stock. But simply clearing the decks in order to receive our A V"a aP "Rh VV 6 Arc N 0 U UOlilg; fin U UJL J UslUba VU new.stfrck and make the year 1915 the biggest and best selling year in our business career, arid we propose to make prices on this stock that will surpass.any sale ever held in Lancaster, Ky., considering the quality and kind of merchandise offered, We will not reserve one single dollars worth of this stock in this sale. r,n?r R F" 1VJ F 1VI RFR Our statement in regard to quaMtyjancr prices and come to this sale, examine the prices and if the statements in. this . circular are not fully and complely bourne out we do not expect you to purchase one dollars worth. . . OUIT DOORS This store will be closed on Thursday and Friday, January 7th and 8th, 1915, for the purpose or marking and preparing the stock Tor this sale. AH goods will be marked at a very low price in plain figures. Watch for the Red Tags when you enter the store. PROMPTLY AT WILL OPEN' 9 O'CLOCK Saturday, Jan 9th, 1915. Remember The Date. Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens fine Overcoats worth 22.5i now $10.75 line Overcoats wortlt 20.00 now 1 7.1 line Overcoats worth 1800 now 13.75 tine Overcoats worth 10.50 now line Overcoats worth lo.OO now U.75 line Overcoats worth 12.50 now 8.75 tine Overcoats wortli 10.00 now 7.75 fine Overcoats worth 850 now li,5 tine Overcoats wortli 7.50 now 5.25 Hoys Knee Suits worth S1000 now. . . . .67.75 1 We positively will not send any goods out on approval in this sale, as we are liable to miss sales on these goods while out. All goods must be bought and paid for before taking them out of the store and if anything is unsatisfactory for any reason, your money will be cheerfully refunded. LOOK Mens Mens Mem Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Hoys AT THESE PRICES AND COMPARE WITH OTHEE SALES Men's Fine Raincoats woi'th $10. and $12. to close out at 100 Boys Knpf Suits worth Knee Knee Knee Knee Hojs Long Hoys Lone Hoys Lonj; Hoys Long Hoys Lone Hoys Long Hoys Hoys Hoys Hoys faults wortli Suits worth Suits wortli Suits wortli Iielt Overcoats Ilelt Ou'reoats Helt Overcoats Helt OvercoMs Kelt Overcoats Helt Overcoats 8.50 now. 7 50 now . 6 50 now. 5. I HO now SI 0.75 fine Suits worth lint! Suit- - worth 2(1 110, now tl 75 tine Suits worth 18 00, now 13.75 line Suitv worth lit fit), now $12.7." tint: Suits worth 15"0. now 511 7f tin" Suits worth 12.f0, now 5 l).7f line Suits worth 1""". now 5 77f long Raincoats worth fO.oo, now S3.75 lout! Rnilcnats worth 5 1.00. now 2.50 Nothing But In Cash oO This Sale. Hoys Hoys Hoys Hoys Uoys Hovs worth wortli worth worth worth wortli G.25 5.25. 4.75. 3.75. now.. now. 2.73. $10.00 now $7.75 0.23 8.50 now 7.50 now. . 5.25 t!.50 now. 1.75 5.00 now. . 3.75 rr. 4.00 now, Men's Fine Shoes. Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens fine fine tine line line fine line shoes shoes shoes shoes shoes shoos shoes Worth 5 worth now 5 00 now. !."() 1. J5 Boys Heavy Work Shoes. 3.05 2. !)." 2.(15 uortli worth w I, now-I- t irth 50 now . 3.0" now. -- 2.15 1.85 1.35 Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys high top shoes worth? 3.50 now high lop shoes worth 3.00 now heavy work shoes worrh ? 2.50 now 2.25 now heavy work shoes worth heavy work shoes wtirth 2.'0 now $ $ 2,05 d.- -a 1.85 105 1.35 50 pairs Ladies shoes one and two pair of kind worth $3.50 will be closed out in this sale at $1.00 and $1.50 per pair. Mens, and Boys Overalls. Mens best heavy overalls worth ? Mens good ciunlity overalls worth Boys best heavy overalls worth Boys best heay overalls worth Boys good quality overalls worth Mens Menu Mens Mens Men Men Mem Mens Mens Mens Mens Hoys Hoys new new now new new new new 1.00 now. . . Ladies Fine Shoes. Boys Knee Pants. knee pants all knee pants all knee pants all knee pants all knee pants all knee pants all wool worth wool worth wool worth wool worth wool wortli wool worth $ worth wortli '50 now. now Ladies Regular Stock Dress Shoes. Ladies Ladies Unties Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Mens Boys Mens Mens Boys Boys Mens Mens Mens Boys line line line line Hue .... Mens and Boys Underwear. $ 2.00 now 1.50 now 1.23 now 1.00 now .75 now .50 sow $ ......... . 1.35 1.15 .90 75 50 35 Men's Heavy Work Shoes. worth 5 750 now (i 00 now Mens best hi!h top shoes worth Mms best hi)!h top shoes 5 25 1.- -5 Mens best hitJh top Mens best high top Mfns t high top Mens best high top lK-s- shoes worth shots wortli shoes worth lices worth 5.00 now 1.50 now 1.00 now 3.50 now 3.05 :U8 2 ill) line line line Bronze shoes worth 5 Dull Kid shoes worth Pat Kid shoes worth Dress Kid shoes worth Dress Kid shoes worth Dress Kid shoes worth Dress Kid shoes worth Dress Kid shoes wortli 0 00 now 1,00 now 3.50 now 3.00 now $ 3.95 2.5)5 .5"c now 75c .50c . . 2.05 1.5)0 l.i'Onow.... now., now. . 250 non- - 2.25 now 2.00 now 1.75 now, ,. 1.05 1,10 1.20 2.5)5 .85c 35c. .75c .50c .35c teton Mens New Stylish Hats. lint worth t 5.00 now 4, 00 now 11.00 t . . Ball Band Rubber Goods. 2.15 1.85 1.35 1.85 Boys English Bovs line dress shoes worth Boys lino dress shoes worth Boys fine dress shoes worth Childrens Educator shoes Childrens Kducntor shoes Childrens Educator shoes Childrens Educator shoes Childrens Educator shoes Boys Fine Dress Shoes. Mioes worth $ 3 50 now.... 11.00 now. . . . 2.50 now L'.flo now 2 50 now. 2.2." now now 1.75 now 1.50 now ball band rubber boots worth $ 1. 01) now. ..8 3 50 now.... ball baud rubber boots worth ball bnnd buckle overshoes worth $ 2.00 now ball band rubber overshoes woith 1.50 now ball band rubber overshoes worth 2.00 now hall baud buckle overshoes worth 205 1.05 1.15 .5)5e 1.05 stetson hats wortli stylish liat worth tlish lial worth ttvli.li 1ml worth stvh.h hats wortli stylish huts wortli worth worth worth worth worth worth $ 3. 75 2.V3 2.50 2.00 1.73 1.50 now now now now now 2.35 1.75 Mens Coo?r union suits wortli $ 2.00 now Mens Cooper union suits worth 1.75 now Mens Plain Uibbed union i.uits worth $ 1.00 now Hoys Plain Kibbed union suits worth 1.00 now Hoys Plain Hibbeil union suits worth .75 now Hoys Plain Kibbed union suits worth .50 now.. Men Heece lined underwear worth .6') now Mens heavy rebbed underwear worth .50 now Hoys heavy tebbed underweur worth .50 now Hoys lieavv fleeced underwear worth ,50 now 1.45 I.33 $ ,75 .50 50 .35 .35 35 35 2. 1.35 1.20 1.15 Leather Suit Cases and Bags. Leather Leather Leather Leather Leather Leather Leather Leather Leather Leather suit suit suit suit suit case worth $ case wortli case worth 10.00 ti.5o 7.50 0.00 6.00 10.00 Mens Fine Dress Shirts. line ilress tihirt tine dress shirts line ilress shirts line dress shirts flue ilress ihirts tine dress shirts 1.50 now 1.00 now 75 now .CO now 1.00 now .50 now . now now. now $ .. 7.75 11.25 5 23 case worth now.. Hi" 1.15 1.35 l.'-'- O Mens and Boys Work Shirts. 50 now flannel shirts worth $ 1.00 now llannel shirts worth heavy cotton work shirts .50c now heavy cotton work shirts .50c now 1 ... .$ 1.15 $ 115 75c 30e 30c . . .75 .50 .35 .75 .35 case wortli hand bag worth handbags worth hand hats worth hand bans worth hand bags worth 8.50 7.50 now . . 6.00 now . 5.00 now.... now.... now... now.... 4.2J 3.75 7.75 0.25 5.25 4.25 3.75 Remember this sale Is the las! 20 days In January. Come and bring this circular with you and get your prices from the bill. Look for the sign over our door. Don't miss the place and be among the first to get your pick from this splendid stock at these Clearance Sale Prices which are very much less than the goods are worth. Sale closes January 30th. HOUSE OF QUALITY. J AS A SMITH. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Page 4 The Central Record for the trustees and for the teachers, for school nd for life. That If to he the great achievement incorporated. of the recent campaign against llllter Issued Weekly. H.iw a year. acv It brings t!i matter up for discussion nrooiul every fireside. J. r ROMNSON. Editor. Let each section, rich ami poor, conR.LELK1N. Local Editor nntl Mgr. tribute its share to that new erp of Kj progress, prosperity nndihnppiness; to (nletnt t ih I'ot Olflrr iii that new Kentucky which Is to lie Mull Maitt ron built on the old. . The Central Record, Thursday Jan 7 1915. CATTLE SOLD. Living TALENTED ONCE RESIDENT LADY OF GARRARD wtr. Member Kentucky Vies Association n't Eighth District tablishtrt League. Lancaster, Ky., January 7, 1915. A lew more overcoats lert, you enn buy them at vour own price. Logan, Anderson & Totnliinon, LOST near llyattsville. Dec. 31st, i Sewing Machine drawer, containing i For Politinil Announcements pair nf glasses and other articles. He Rntes For Precinct and Citv Olli.'es . .$ S.00 turn to Haseiden llros. 10.00 It h1. "'or County Offices S. O. Aldridge. For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, tier line REMEMBER! 10 For Card, per line W. Voxel's For all publications in the Interest of individuals or expresat Opera House, Monday, sion of Individual views, per See it 10 line 05 per line Obituaries, Jhon Minstrels January 11th. '15. STRICKEN WITH Announcements. We are authorized to announce Judg Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, candidate for the Democratic nominii' tion for Circuit Judge of this, the thir teer.th judicial district, at the Augus APPENDICITIS. Mrs. John Ilerndon, of .Madison, who before her marriage was Miss Jennie liiinkin, was stricken with appendicitis last Monday and is now at the hospital in Iterea. where a successful operation was performed. We are glad to an nounce that she is doing well. primary 1915. We are authorized to announce C. Fox, of Danville. Kentucky, as candidate at the primary election in BY ORDER OF THE August, 1915, for nomination by the Democratic party na Judge of this, the CITY COUNCIL, Thirteenth Judical District, of Ken tuckv. to be voted for at the Novem All uncollected ol.l and new taxes to ber election, 1915. the amount of $2.37$.30. are to be paid to the city marshal). L. K. Ilerron at We are authorized to announce Km once. This article will be published met furjear or Uanville, Ky., a can only one time and the week after next didate for the Democratic i.mmnntion all taxes not paid by that time, the for Commonwealth' Attorneylof this name and amount of each individual the thirteenth judicial district,' at the will be published and if not paid by the August primary 1913. . lirst regular meeting of this council in February, all property upon which We are authorized to nnneunce taxes are due will bey advertised for Hodman W. Keenon. of Harrndsburg, sale. Ky., a candidate for the Democratic Hy order or the Uty Council at its nomination for Commonwealth's' At regular meeting January 4th 1915. torney of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the August Primary ml915. graded'school We are authorized to announce Ballard Jr. as a candidate for th democratic nominatioit'for sheriff of Garrard County to Jill out the unexpir ed term of the late C. A. Kobinson subject to the action of the Democratic party in August primary 1915. (5. T, FARM SOLD. We are authorized to announce John Sam Owsley, of Stanford Ky, a candi date for the Democratic nomination fo Commomvealth's'Attorney, of this, the thirteeth judicial district, at the Aug ust primary 1915 We have stepped from the Old Year to the New, and we are reminded that after all our fears and apprehensions. to many of us. It has been a very kind year. To fcomei we know that the dark side has beenfturncd. but after all there is a glem of sunshine for all if we but look tar it. We would not for get that to 'look upon the homes of some of ourlVeaders since last New Year's day.fa shadow has fallen and a mantle of sorrow has wrapped its in mates in its sombre folds. Other homes are like the empty ne that hang on the withered bough, deso late because the life and song went out with the birds. New homes have been made and old ones have been severed but in our onward march, it is not well to stop and weigh the load each one carries. No life is all sunshine or all storm. If the New Year brings pros perity, let us rejoice; if adversity I us be brave. The sunset gate of life will swing shut upon some of us ere Let us see the close of another year. j. to the record lett on this side, ir our Adear ones and friends leave us for the "'summer land, let not the memory of harsh words spoken by us, add to til pangs of separation. uood-byold year. Attcr all we loath to part. Many precious memor ies, as well as many sad things to re membf r will be forever linked with thee, llut time bids us part and how ever severely tnou hast chaiteueth us. yet we llnd our hardened feelings lo lenting and a spirit of charity prevade our being. We forgive as we hope to be forgiven. In riumility and love we bow our adieu ami welcome the NewYear with naught but good resolves and high asperations that -- ach coming day will see our lives better, purer and nobler in every uct and purpose. e, - As trustees of the Leavell fund for the Lancaster Graded School, Messrs II. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker and L. L. Walker, last week sold the farm owned by the Graded School and known as part of the Ileazley farm, located on the Lexington pike' to Mr. J. I. Ham-ilt- n for $120 an acre. The trustees were advised by legal attorneys, that unless the farm was sold, within five years, under the present constitution, Do you believe in long engagements? K. A. F. it would escheat to the State of Ken For this reason alone the im tucky. I am in favor of a law limiting en mediate sale was made. The farm is gagements to six months. It isn't fair considered one of the best in the county to tie a girls hands ami use up all her and contains xn) acres. bait when she might be fishing andland in-- James I McKinny if Montgomery Ala., brings to our mind that this talented lady om. STANLEY WILL ANNOUNCE. the fact Garrard county t ruler the lived in Attracted to Iiuisvllle last week, by name of "Kntvilid" she wrole several the midwinter meeting of the Press books and was a liberal i 'n'r:1... r to association were mnr.y Democratic mag.uines, mil is entitled to rw k among the sons and daughters of the politicians. Congressman A. O. Stanley, nf Hen county who rune won for themseles derson, said he had definitely determin name and fame in the world. Mrs. McKinney deals In both prose ed to make the race for the Democratic nomination for governor. He said h and poetry, the work most familiar to expected to make his formal nnnounce Lancaster people being "The Silent and Witness", a book from her pen which ment about the first of the ycr-r- , Mrs. McKinthat he had received assurance of loyal met with much success. support from every section of the ney has Just completed a work called state. His term ns congressman will "Soldier Mary", which i not yet ofi" the press, mid those who have seen the expire in March. In discussing his race for governor. proof sheets aver that her latest work Congressman Stanley said he already i her masterpiece. Mrs. McKinney wns burn and reared had a perfect organization, having perfected it during his recent race for near Kirksville. in Madiiou county near She wns the Democratic nomination for United the Garrard county line. States senator from Kentucky. Altho Miss Kate Slaughter, the daughter of he was defeated in that race, he ex- James Slaughter, in those days a prom pressed confidence in his ability to win inent farmer and merchant of that locality. She was educated at Daughin th? August primary, llesides Mr. Stanley, many other ters College, which in those days was politicians one of the best institutions for the Democratic were in the city last week, these were education of women in the country In her works Mrs. McKinney perpet Auditor Henry Itosworth. candidate for the Democratic nomination for gov uates the scenes of her childhood days ernor, and Attorney denernl James and the memory of the friends of her (larnett, mentioned as n prospective girlhood, and those who are conversant tnav easily recognize the places and candidate for the same nomination. Oen. (larnett, when asked whether characters. siik' from being a gifted writer. he had decided to enter the race, said it wus too early for him to declare him- Mrs. .McKinney was a lady of rare beuuty and splendid personal charm. I self definitely in the matter. and her memory is pleasantly cehrishedj Percy Italy wns another ' politician in the city. He was ques- by all who knew her. She married James I. McHinncy of tioned regarding a rumor that he was contemplating getting into the race tor Lincoln county, and ninny years ago. the Democratic nomination for govern perhaps a greater number than she or or, und replied that his inclination did the writer would like to sny. removed to Alabama, where .Mr. McKinney was not lean in that direction. connected with the Louisville & Nash-- 1 ville It. it. Co., first at Decatur, later' at llirmingham, und a' present he is ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. located at .Montgomery, where he is . Our question anitianswer column is Division Superintendent of the Mobile proving quite interesting and we are und Montgomery division of that road. attempting to answefin this issue all Mr. and Mrs. .McKinney have a love-- 1 that have been sent id. at least as near ly home in this old fashioned southern correct as our limited knowledge will' city, where they dispense hospitality permit. All questions that are asked in the good old Kentucky style, and to be answered privately, we must there is ever a kindly welcome for the sist that a two cent stamp be enclosed chance visitor who may enter their . for reply. ever fondly cherijhed "Old Kentucky My husband has bought a tooth brash Home". and nail file and sprinkles violet wartr -on his coat before going out. what da you think it means? .Mrs. F. YOD'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. It means he will bear watching. mate, .Mrs. n n , ' , .Mr. John M. Farm sold last week to Monte Fox of Danville, '.'3 hend of cat tie that nveniivil 13.0, for 71 cents n pound. Mr. Alex Doty sold 10 head to the same party that averaged 1170 pounds for 1 cents pound. Comfortably In Montgomery Ala. The casual mention by Mrs. James G. Ilurnside of the: receipt of a letter from her girlhood friend and scIhh I Highest iL iJsl,, JiL Prices AT New Lexington is the place to sell your tobacco, where you get strong competition, and if you want the best prices for Shelburne your Tobacco, sell at the New SHELBURNE Warehouse where you get the best light to show It, and where the parties running the sales are interested in getting you the highest prices. On their last sale at their No 1 warehouse the highest price was $37.00, and the highest average for a crop of 2,170 pounds was $22.28. This crop came in a carload from Owen County and sold as follows: Two hundred and ten pounds, 155 pounds, 17, 60. 75, 2.-- 0 pounds SI I 75; 3il munds II I. XI; 1 10 pounds, pounds. 111". :tl. 200 1W) 0 pound. $15. 205 iund.s, pounds. $25; 1S5 f!; $1'J.25; $1:1.25. I0S (MKinds, $1.1. po.nds. $1 !.7j is", piiunil. 11.5, 27o $3.t0. 220 JK75; 205 pounds, S1S.IVI; pounds. liounds. $10.2: HI pounds, liounds, $17; 145 170 I.-- pounds, $10,75; 70 pounds, pounds, $13.50. 5 rz V y Average, $22.2. Ike Parrish 3KI pounds. Ladies furs at greatly reduced prices. Logan. Anderson & Tjiminson. J - $10.50; 200 pounds. $19; 370 i Maon. Wocdford ! I pounds. $17.75; 315 pounds, $17,70; 'M) pounds. $17.75. 210 pounds pounds. $!. pounds, $tll.50; 178 imunds, $18.75, 2.--5 pounds, $17; 2 10 pounds, $17 335Kmnd. $17.2S; 170 H)und. $10; :J5 K.und. $11.75. 2.--U hiuijs. $11.75. .IK) pounds. $13.25; 2H5 pounds. $15.75; 355 (munds. $9.75; 225 povnds, $11; 375 kuih., $... "5; 11,275 pounds sold for $y't.0"J, un average of $15. 15. a live one. tr Kooms for rent. Mrs.iLiza Hill, Wat- oireei. For Sale. JOHN W. VOGEL'S MINSTRELS COMING, dark t,. . Good tobacco continues to sell at good stuff seems to be getting lower. prices, but the common John W. Vogel's liig City .Minstrels is said to be a combination of mirth, mimicry and music, absolutely and positively the brightest, most entertaining and farthereU advanced minstrel entertainment ever presented for public approval. It is so filled with sparkling fun that you hardly finish one laugh before you are plunged into another There is a fund of humor that holds one in constant merriment from start it?-- II. W. to finish. It ycu wish to enjoy an Hamm. evening of pure wholesome fun without What part of the beef do you cut vulgarity, do not fail to attend this entertainment which will be given at porter house steaks from? It. II. W. I never use beef at all but the tongue the Opera House arid Mondaj Jan. lltli as it will be their only appearance here of un old shoe or the sole of an old rubber. tins season. What kind of weather is best for What should the mayor do in case anv one tired olf the cannon? - (i. D. A jury of alienists should be named and make a thorough examination of the accused. Go over his head with a set of surveying instruments, watch the action of the pupils of his ejes when his knees are tickled and then if the dome experts do not find him crazy, confine him in the penitentiary, for no such person should run at large. I am suffering from loss of appetite. can you tell me something good for Florence hot blast, air No. 31. Good as new. II heater WANTED good cow. in full tlow of mnk. I'astin. Jersey1 ourir ' I Silas ! Shelburne. Kentucky. i. M. l.nn,-.w- l ' , IT.-j - Lexington, FOR RENT FOR YEAR 1915. use on .Mr. Will .ent the Ited llnck "anville street, now oeeupied Will Davis. For price and ten write, Fisher Herring. Itoute I, Cral) Or, i nril, Ky. tf Farm For Sale. I lia.ye a well improved forn nf 110 e - acres, with all necessary liuiu.i watered, half mile of Post "!' one mile from good grade i Will sell worth the money. Send Your Tobacco To The and Imol. JOHN SAM OWSLEY FOR AT- courting purposes? I'ainy. C. H. J. tf- - C. Wi! '.mis, Ilrynntsw " ie Ky. COMMONWEALTH'S TORNEY. Illiteracy is not coniined to any one section of the State, and the necessity for moonlight schools, if it is deter mined to extend the school age to sixty, exists here in Lancaster und in the surrounding country. We make a mistake if we tteat the educational question as u sectional question. We make a mistake if we treat the illiterate question as one to be solved by teaching one to rend by repltition, or to write by copying. What we need is an awakening of local interest. No community has ever L'ucli been educated from without. county has its own difficulties, stand ard, desires, necessities, resources It must meet its own problems after lu own fashion. Most communities, even when con srious of their shortcomings, do not like to have them iiointed out to them by vititing strangers, however We are making educational progress here in Lancaster and in the county surrounding Lancaster anil witb all the work done now in Kentucky wn may know that brighter times are ahead for us. and what one county does for Itself stimulates other counties in noble rivalry. Thus wa raise the standards until the day of the election. Judge Owsley i well known to the voters of the district, having served us Common wealth's attorney for a number of years and made a most creditable re cord. He was known as one of the most fearless and successful prosecut ng attorneys mat mis uistilct Das ever huil, und yet was never known to be bitter against the defendants in pre senting the Commonwealth's case. He s widely connected in (iarrurd County and Ims friends and supporters in all parts of the County whu have pledged liim their support und will tight Ids buttle for him until the nomination fur this ollice is settled. Judge Owsley hag served Lincoln County us County Judge and made a most etlicient olllcer und the people of his honi County are said to be championing hit cause' with great nthusiasin. Judge Owsley is'nn able uwyer and honorable and courtesous gentleman und Is in every way qualill- d to perform the duties of the ollice he seeks. Ali those having claims against deceased, will present Alter eonsideriiig the matter for them at once, properly proven. Ihce tance. QVtra! we. ks and making u general owing iame will p!ea-call at my u'llce cuntn-- . of th My bottling business; has increased so on Itufurd Street and settle same. and talking with o prominent d mocrats in each of the much in the past year I lind I am W'n. H. Johnson Ailuir. four cuunlie-- , Hon. John Sam Owsley purchase'another wagon, what of Stanford. Ky., has decided tu be mak"e would you suggest? J. S. II. NOTICE. come a candidate for the democratic Try a water wagon, they are cheap, All persons having claims against nomination for Commonwealth's At' besides the getting on und cfT makes a lomey for the 13th Judicial District, good exercise. the estute of G. W. Calebbs, deceased, I he formal will present the same, properly vended announcement of Judge Do you think it wrong to be a according to law, to the undersigned or Owsley s candidacy appears in the an Morman? W. A. W. his attorney, J. K. Itobinson nf Lancasnotincement column of this Issue of the No, not if you want to punish yourter, Ky., on or before Febiuury 1, 1'Jl.'i. uecoru. lie nas iookcu tne Held over self that way, . Henry .Moore. fully and thinks that he has an excel Do you think Christian Science would Administrator of G. W. Calebbs lent chance tu win the nomination in the August primary and has made be good to raise my two little boys by? known to his friends his Intention to -- Mrs. II. The "Laving on of hands" is better possecute an active canvas from now NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the undesigned Henry Moore as assignee of Kdd Owens will sit In receive claims against said estnte at the Law Ollice of It, II, Tomlinson in Lancaster Kentucky on the 10th day of February 11115 at y My little boy is very poetical do you o'clock A, M, All persons having think 1 should encouruge it? It. T. K. claim ugainst the said estate will pre sent them properly verifitd, ut the No, give him u good liver medicine. above named time and place, What word is synonymous with Henry Moore Assignee of IMd Owens. father?-- F. G. II. This January 1. Goat. For Sale. 1 am botheied with a sore toe what would be good for it?Unclo Dave, 155 J acres of land near Lancaster, Cut it olf, unless it has a large corn. hy., now ready to grow any crops crop on it. desired. 'JO ucres of this land will grow from law to 1500 lbs. of tobacco per acre, and more than pay for the land. PLEASE The first year giving the tenant his Come and share, timber sufficient to suw up and I need money to build all the barns desired, if interested Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon, write. meet, my obligations. Nlcholasville. Ky Jt. F. 1). i. am enguged to u young ludy who is growing thinner every day, am I justifiable in breaking the engagement? U. 0. W. No, join the "buy a bale of cotton" movement ami reconstruct her figure. 1 Do you think it proper for me to go out walking .villi a young lady on Sunday afternoon and gather mistletoe? -- S. H. A. King up Central and ask Long Dis- NOTICE. era RMERS HOME TOBACCO WAREH'SE INTOItl'OltATFl) "INDEPENDENT" Owned and Controlled By FARMERS. CoUrteous Treatment, SQUARE DEAL, and Prompt Returns. High and dry box stalls for your teams. Look for the big hand at Virginia ave., as you come in. Your business will be appreciated. Farmers Hone Tobacco Warehouse LEXINGTON, KY, Co. in account, settle your Warehouse on Virginia Avenue, between Broadway and Limestone, Rella Arnold. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 7 1915. TO-MORRO- Page 5 W MORNING As Soon As You've Finished Your Breakfast Head For Our J r XI wag? mm 'iij.l Oil pi LEARANCE I I i I . m is Where our entire stock of Coats, Suits, Waists, Skirts, Furs, Raincoats, Table Linens, Towels, Cotton Piece Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Blankets, Comforts, Shoes, etc., are being sold at "Sure Enough" reduced prices. Sale Continues all this week. welsh for which wej ' DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Imis ..... I & WISEMAN II." 1.. is in iticmnonu will be glad to know she is improving i.ena after an illness nf several weeks. to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. K. Conn of Taint Mrs. Win. (Iarniue, of New Orleans I.ick haw moved to Lancaster. is here for a visit of several days with Dr. I!. L. I'ontitis, of Lexington, was her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I!. Conn. a Imppv visitor in our citv last week. Mr. Alice Aduns and little grandson I ft ft I ml 3 SCHOOL NOTES. New Dtiriih? Year enr oii Ixmiiht wus eful. miIiI j4r;ii 1 9 1 5 J Gossip About People V? A ,1 the pnsi ou hnvu pntronbcd us lil.ernlly. lire itrtitef ul. Milch nf the goods Rrltf Mnlior of the Comin;i and f"r credit nud fur tli(s come Mr. Adolpli Joseph, of Zenln. O., is Edwin Ramsey of Denver. Col , were visitini; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth visitors Monday of Mrs. Rozella Dunn. on ur? doubtless Hut jmy Jay lui noil we hope you Joseph. Mr.s. John Taylor and two children, Mn M:iry Eltnnre loft Saturday for of Paris, Ind.. nre visiting her parent. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Price left Tue-Painlsvillc where he Is teaching. day for a stay of several months in Mr. and Mrs. (5. M. Lyons, on Danville Mr. R. S. Hrmvn will he prompt for a bimiies stay nf several days. wi Hi Pa.i. Iml.. Florida. Mm. It. (J. !turnes of Ohio CUest of Mies Hessie and Ave. McRo"berts Drug Store Mr. mid Mr. (!. C. Rose were recent guests nf Mrs. Itelle Perkins of Stan-- I I'rnther. ford. Misses Jlarv Lynn Fox of Stanford is the Kunice and Marguerite Fox of DaniTle lire guests of their cousin Misj Eliza (I!y Win. F. Miller.) Genial Ma and Pa Willi. of Crab All the teachtr returned after .t Orchard Springs were here lust Thurs-.i..- .. pleasant vacation for the Holidays to ... .i.... "" nl...n:n.. mm- - ,,r tuc- - nui. .minim). FridayJ Hince the Nev. Year quiet a Mrs. John Farm will number nnd Mis of for Martinsville. Mr. ni.w pu,,4'have entered schoo'. Johnneta will accompany her. MesfC. U. Acton amlf Ftank .Mrs. I. m. ilson lias returneil to 'finder of State University Lexington her home in Howlingtlreen lifter spend were Monday morning v.titora. ing the holidays with tier parents. Ilro. Heagle was the first minister of Mr. M. I). Hughe has rented his prop- - our town to greet us in the Nev Year, erty to Mr Dudley and will make his Having conducted chapel exercises on home with hi niece .Mrs. J. P.. Mount, Tuesday morning. Col. M. F. Elkin. of Maccabee fame was mingling with friends and relatives Wedm silay """ i;i Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made hit namr famou nil over the United States and Canada. Composed of Root, Herhi, Bar lit and Derriei, for treatment f Human Diseases. I'urtVstrH.umllrrta I)V 3j ckC wboT DA U 4. Dv Trrilment. I "rice $100 2Sc 25c Soap, ON lOc. J bar T DAKOTA JACK The Nnthetrrn C y IL C. C. & I A LP J. E. Stormts and K. E. McRocerts. PURSLEY'S INDIAN HfKItS Uncle Sam's LUMBER is becoming rapidly exhausted, so they say. But there is still some good stuff to be had right here, so if you plan any fixing your LUMBER, be it much Remember also that ber goes as far as a whole kind. -- If CI ill. "Jesse Hendren has returned to school Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Francis havf at Memphis. Tenn., after spending the Iliaselden. moved to the residence of Mrs. Francis Yuletide with Ins parents Mr. and Mr. .1. W. lleagle visited for on Danville street. i relate en and friends in Covington Thomas Hendren. Mr. Wat Dudderar has returned to eeral days. Mrs. Isaac Arnold of AnJerson, Ind., Mrs. Mnttie I'. Krihie ha returned nis home in Lincoln after a visit to who has been visiting Mrs. S. D. from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lancaster relatives. , Cochran hns gone to Sunbright, Tenn., Price of Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Clinrles Woods and two for a visit to relatives. children., of "Cincinnati, are visiting Gatewood Heazlev of Stanford Misses Ruth Waller of Louisville, been visiting his cousins'Misses Mildred Mrs. .Susan Woods. Jane Hell of Nicholasville and Gertrude and Virginia llcniley. The Presbyterian Missionary Society Wilkerson of Stanford were week-en- d I Miss Allie Arnold lelt Saturdjy to met Wednesday afternoon at the home guests of Miss Willie Wilkersor. of Mrs. Fred P. Frishie. j resume her duties as tt aeher in the D. Mis Mamie Haslin returned on SunI A: D. Institute in Pittsburg. in Cincinnati Misses the Art t. Marcellus Cecil and Jitney ISowlinK of day tospending theschool Yuletide with her were recent quests of their after Miss Jennie llanlen lias returned to I J parent. Mr. and Mr. A. II. Ilastin. ilur hoine in Decatur. III., after a visit aunt Mrs. V. S. Caarier. to Mr. and Mr- -. Ale Walker. ' Dr. and Mr.. J. S. Gilbert have rnov- Mrs. 11. F. Waller is in Danville for D.tn-- I Miss Georgie Dunn. has returned to a visit of ten days to Mesdames George led to the Markbury property on Mr. and Mrs. Carlton ville Street. and K. L. Salter. the University of Lexington, where Che-tn- ut Elkin have leased rooms in the same she is preparing for n missionary. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Walter of Star,- - pruiertv. fri1 we.r'' visitor on Monday of Mrs. j Messrs Green Clay Walker. John Mc Mr. Eunice Simpson and Miss Imas ano uaucnters. Robert. Mine Ituth Waller and Nancy . J""" Osborne of this eount were united in j Lout; motored to Lexmirton Friday. Mr j, j( iliurni. jr. has returned to marriage, at the Raptist parsonage Miss Allie Hendren h.ts returned , ; his home in LexinKton after spending Reverend J. W. Ileagle performing the ceremony. n vi-- H to her Xmas week with his parents. llazanl. Ky.. Mm IVatl Harden of Decatur, 111., lotte Warren. is tin- - guest of her sister Mrs. Alex .Mr. J. W. Vanarsdale, of Paris Walker. Crossing. Ind., was in the city on C. Robinson, Mr. anil Mrs. Mr. J. this week. Joe H. tlryant wen- - visitors in Danvill. .Saturday. The Cliaut:iii(ua circle met Tuesday Mm Hannah Alrnlgc nf Stanford in afternoon at the home of Misses Martha busi-lies, Mr. JMm M. Duncan was in Stanford recently to see hi sister Mrs. Char- Smith. Mrs. Mr. Addie Sebastam week. i " is at home after several Wm. visit to her son SebiTtain and family in Shelbyville, Mr. and Mr.. H A. Hoeing, of Milwaukee, arrived last Sunday and arr the welcome guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. WSwcenev. Kiting Mr. and Mrs. .1. Raymond and Helen hs Miss Luln Anderson was hostess at a most enjoyable party at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie AnWe have two nice room for rent in derson on iat Friday afternoon. The the CentrXl Record building, suitable hours were from 2 to .". About 13 for ollices. Apply nt this olflce. tf. girl friends were invited to share the pleasures of the afternoon with little NOTICE.- A number of interestMiss Anderson. ing games and delicious refreshments Notice is hereby given that the added much to the enjoyment of the undersigned James A. Ileailey Assignee youthful assemblage. of Ada Kiniuird will sit to rtctue claims against said estate at the Law A good New Year Resolution, to pay Ollice of R. II. Tomliiison in Lancaster your subscription to the local paper. Ky., on the 10th d.ty of February 1915 How many made such it resolution? at 3 o'clock A. M. All persons having claims against said estate will present LAST EPISODE! them properly verified., at the above named time and place. of Million Dollar James A. Reazley Assignee of Ada rooms for rent. Mys the tery Friday Night at the Opera House. SELLS Klnnaird. January NOTICE TO ' 1 CONTRACTORS. SAUFLEY INTEREST. I Editor Shelton M. Snulley has sold it half interest in the Interior Journal to Mr, E. C. Walton, who was connected with that paper a number of Jenrsago. The ileal went into elfect Jany. 1st. Mr. Walton is a newspaper man of the old school and we heartily welcome him into the fold again. GOOD "'fr ! PRICES'. up come and get or little. a little of our lumlot of some other Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co, calls your attention to its new add, and after asks you read it. This Houe sold near .Mrs. C. F. Denman nas returned to iarent Mr. and Mr.s. Thomas lltndren. Mi?s Martha Kavanaugh was the at- - ly 200,000 pounds on Alondav. The her home in N'ieholaville after a v','t tractive young hostess at a New Years market was brisk and active, with a The many friend of Mrs. W. K. to her fether Mr. Alex West. eve celebration at the home of her higher tendency, the better grades comMo-- s will be triad to know she Is Mr-- ad Mrs James A. Iteazley were I parent Mr- - and Mr. A. W. Kavanaugh. manding good prices, the general lloor recui eratini; after iiuite it Serious ill- -, ness. mln Stnnfosl t...Sunday to : see Mrs. W'm, Ten guest were assembled at the festal average was better. Among the highi.- beard. est priced crop sold weie those of :i. won nil . ioeeit ijuue. aiLi, . . Miss Delia 1 imler mm .brother Mr. Mi's Lena Palmer formerly of this Owen Agee of Newby, Jj:i00 lbs averagMr. Dan ('. Klkiu after spending the Louie Tinder weie in Paint Lick Fri't..:-- .. Hi...!..... vj.ut.- - ed Jlti.CO. Schooler and Campbell, "I" i huh"1' day for n party tfiven bv the Misses holiday's with his patents, returned to fCOlllll.Y sold crop lot of u'oout 1500 lbs bell formerly of Somerset were united Yale Univeritv last Saturday. ... .i,.. I,,,,,,.. ..f F.lridne. ... l.ei.l..' - at average of $18,110. S. P. Curtis sold III iw.i i t"Kc " '"' Mi. Katharine ll.inis of Stanford Mis Maftle Lee'Hubble of Stanford mother Mrs. Annie Prewitt in Stanford. crop of 1000 lb average (U. many 2 anil above. lur came over last Thursday for a visit to was with Misses Mumje "'id Ethel Th brule is one of the most popular many more itt Judge IJ. W. and Walter for a visit of it few days. teachers in the Stanford Graded market Holding its own with any and her urand-parent- s all comers. ' School. Mrs. Harris. Mrs. many s Ti ll, Susan Salter's friends and all til Persons desiring to bid on this woik. can secure plan by applying to Andrew J. I!r an. 7o Realty lluilding, Loui villi", Ky.. anj shall deposit with him fl'.'i 00 as a guarantee that the plans will be returned to hint In good order on the dav the contract is let, at which 00 will be returned to its tin.e the author. C. A. Arnold, Presiding Judge Garrard County Fiscal Court. J. W. Hamilton. Clerk. The Fiscal Court of Garrard County, Kentucky, will meet at tlH Court house in Lancaster, Ky, at 10 o'clock A. M., on the luth day of February 1916, for the puriosu of receiving sealed proposals tor the repairing and. remodeling of the present court house in accordance with the plans and rpecitications now on lile in the tount Judge's ollice. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check or bidder bond for the utiiit of Jl'nO.uo as u guarantee that the person to whom the contract may be awarded will a Surety Company's bond ot the requiied amount, and any fanure tin r. of, the certified check or bond uiil be forftited a liquidated damage to the county, for having to and the contract. The certified check shall be made to Judge C. A. Arnold, and the court the right to reject any on-cut- e re-l- et l. r are whirling merrily in this New Store and everything is going right straight ahead. You have here absolutely The Wheels New Business OF ! i Fresh Stock Of New Merchandise. A Store Utilizing the Latest and Best Methods of Making Shopping Easy and a Pleasure. I purpose to give you the best value obtainable for every penny you expend with us. It is our pleasure to give your wishes our attentionwhether you are looking or buying. It is our Our new stock will be constantly arriving after January 1st. which will consist of Dry Goods, Notions and Ladies turnistitngs, butts, coats ana skihs. j J. E. DICKEBSON, Prop. MISS SCOTT . PETTY, Manager. Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Jan 7 1915. I BilliousncM and Constipation Cured. CASTORIA gooilj fT. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought If jou are ever troubled with biliousMr. Sim WVeeler sold to Mr. Jo. A. ness or constipation you will heintiireat-- l Ito two shoals price unknown, in tin' statemcnl ( It. F. Erwln, Mr. Mnson .Mnler has moved to the Peru. I ml. "A j ear ng.i lut winter I Iwvsr vacated by Mr. Mote Cnr.v. followed had nn it t lurk of Indigestion Mr. Odin MHlenr Inn moved tn tin- ly btiimisneSBnd constipation. Seeing I'limnlHTlHin's Tablets i highly reenmhouse vacated by Mr. Sim Wheeler, "M1"'!. IwURltl bottle nf them nml I Mr. nnd Mr.. Wlltkr t or sale nWHV h' n" Mr. mid Mrs. IS. W. Sunders of Iturkej. . ! ,W"Wr'' l,J' Mr. S.evie Lnylon moved to the - E. C. MllllonPrcs. T. J. Curtis, V-Pr- Uf. C. H. Vaurjht, Sec E. Dcatliernfjc, Treas. t(ti i 1 Biggest in PricesBiggest Biggest In in Amount Of Sales h ii"e vaiMted bv Mr. Thmrms STANFORD. The farmers are all Imsy Kfltliilt , 'I foe. there tnbiiecu rendj-- fur market hlxl i. t I' hull .r" "in several uf them haw already delivered Mr. nnd Mr. J. I'e DmldiTitr have their crops, some romplini,iK nf kiw rettumifl" home nffer thfr bthbd trip. V'nitoilnSdkTjad.ittlR.'Vi lllce. of Dunville spent! Mtus Annie Mr. Curl Prewittnrd family. Mm. E. but week with .Mis Mnrrrrt Wuml, P. Jones ami little son Paul, Mr. and of l.wicHter. Mlsw Lillian Mrs, Marls Mr. Ale I'rewltl if Framclcs Dstlonfl'xf s lias Itrvn visiting Mrs, K. P. llru'Mi Miidisim Co . mid Mr. t'iyt4iii Amlr. r.iKl lsi'A Wins noter Vld Mr- -. I.. M. and ohil.li. n, on were pttesls of Mr. iml Mrs. W. T. 0pium.f!irj'hu-Jiwr Mitral of Pario. ar the fpii'stt of M'. M. !. Watron Sumliiy. INot Wniore Mr. ahd Mrs E. L. lUlnhurt n't nd-- , lA I HI H.N .V ed the butial ot Wn. Seott in Datr i le j last week, Mrs. Itunrj Williams u ii su(Ter: W. K. SbUKr. Jr.. in at horn after ' from piecriv. n isit t his sunt. Misws.. Invars at Mrs. C'haf. Diettich nml ehildteit lilchmond Huriymfcra have rettlrneil from a viit te IxinRtim. Mrs. Wallace Waiter, ami son Jo-epAnr rfccl Remedv forCtmsilW Miss Margaret Atkins spent feVeral spout last work at Kinga Mountalii lion . Sour StonucIt.UlarrtMi days la.it week witii relatives at Mc witli relntlve. j Crei.ry. I!ev. Homer Carpenter, w ife and baby Loss or Sleep. Little Miss llachel Scott who lias of Shelby Wile, are jruet uf Dr. aid Telephone Near L. & A. Depot. IScSMj Sifltrareof been ill for several weeks is able to be Mrs. Carpenter. out rguin. Atlorney W. S. I lurch went to Hot Mrs. J. K. Dnuglierty and on of Springs, Ark., last week to take the CENTAun COMfAST, The DIRECTORS: Lexington are guests of .Mr Thoimu NEW YOjRIC. baths for ecitema. Chri.topher. T. Smith Dr. C. H Vaurfht T. Curtis E. C. Million Mr. W. A. Carson, who has been ill Mi (irace Isnn ha returned to her j for several weeks is thought to be M. Haden Marion Coy E. Deatlierarfe home in Wilmore after a visit to her slo.vly improving. finar.mtcf d under 1 lie Fowl jjj cousin. Miss Nettie Iou. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ilnugiiinau are to rejoicing over the arrival of a pretty Mr. L. II. Uuble was called Exact Copy of Wrapper. Sulphur. Ky.. bv the illness of his lit.le dnughtei, named Itoberta Cah. ' father. Mr. W. P. Huble. CounMr. and Mis. J. NeMU Carter are' Mr. John Crimi s died at hi" home receiving congratulations over the ar-l near here Iat Mondav afternoon, lie ri al of a little daughter at their home. had been ill of tuberculosis for several Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ilealey, of months. Lancaster were here Sunday to set- - his We wish to vxtend to vol! the greetings of 'he New Year and to tell will infldentally that the Miss Lucretia Skinner closed a verj sister. .Mrs. Will Hays who has been Madison Tobacco Warehouse has sold I,.VKi,ii pounds of tobacco from the counties of (inrr.irtl, Madi-e- n successful school term at Hickman last sick. Hock Castle, Estill and others and that it has sold the highest crop lot jet retried in the tnte, vii: Eridav. This is Miss Skinners fifth Mr. and Mrs. Clair Hughes Campbell j I The crop lot of Schooler A-- Curtis of Hound Hill, average SM.t'l. we also .iuoled the rrop lot of S. j'ear in tin: same school. enuiiig, OF LANCASTER. The sale of personal property of the nave returned Here alter T. Himver of Lancaster, average. $17.10. These were in the last d.tvs before the hnhdajs. We waul Louisville and Lexing late (I. W. Calebs on last Saturday u as several davs in averagx. 1 to tell jou that we today sold the cnip lot of Schooler A. Campbell, I'uttonburg. Ky.. at St ton. well attended. The stock, crops and and the crop of Owen Agee. of Newby LVKH pounds average $lrt..'pll. S. P. Curtis sold tlnV) pounds, averMr. and Mrs, Kellj J. Frances ofj household goods brought fair prices. Nil the A. K JENNY. President age $11. 110, etc. It is by this means that we are again proving to you that tlie Madison The following farmers have been in Middlesboro, win) have been visiting II J. ELSTORMES. Vice Pres't. last dollar State last season in pneej. It is d ling the same thing again this season. You can bet Lexington this week, marketing a part her father J. S. Ilocker, hae returned I S. C. DENNY. Cashier. that when the ruturns are all in we will be right to the front on prices, rompared with an) market any of their tobacco cropsf john Najlor, home. r. It. D. McMurtrj-- , Joe Hamilton and J. I.. R. T JMBRY, Asa't Cashier. We don't solicit tobacco on the streets, feeling that you know better than we can tell you, just where. Mrs. D. J. Newbern of the west end P.aymond Ruble. of the county passed away Monday afwhere you want your tobacco sold. Our sales are a sutlicient rewanl to us. for vour contWence, in our ternoon. The deceased had been an Our prices speak for themselves. We have long since known tt.it what the way of doing business. invalid for over a year rnd had to .bear HKYANTSVILLK seller of tobacco wants is every cent he can get for his crop; getting it pleases him. This ve have done much pain, which she did noblv She WE SOLICIT YOUB BUSINESS. Thats why so many come to us and the reason that other houses can't understand just ho we do it. was a siter of Mrs. T. W. Pennington) Alex K. Denny. J. H. Posey. Mr. and Mrs. P. I Hurton were in of this city. Samual D. Cochran. We happen to have the house, the lights and room, and hapen as well to have opened th t.rst house on J. E. Richmond Mondaj-- . Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. this market and we exiect to use every means and Kivver that is honorable to keep this II use, right at Dixie Hook Club entettained The Mrs. Ada Hurke has been spending a very charmingly on Thursday afternoon the top of the lot. Let them compare thats all vve want, all we ask. Daily Sales rain or shine. Ilig-ge- st fex days in Louisville. in the spacious hall over the State Hank House, lliggest Prices, Higgest Sales, thats our trade mark, thats our slogan. Can't sell all the Dr. II. H. Montgjmerv was in and Trust Co building. The hall was grown in the country, no house can do this, but we are at the same uld stand doing at least our Cartersville on business Saturdav. artistically decorated In Xmas decoraA WELCOME VISITOR. part of the tobacco business. You know the reason, thats all. Mr. J. W. Vanarsdall, of Paris tions. There are sixteen members in vv here it is known, is a box of our Thanking you each and every one. who has sold witli us or who wishes our house the success it this club and each member invited a ginger ale, orange soda or Crossing, Ind., was here tins week on guest making IVi sparkling We are Faithfully, (.resent. has attained, and soliciting jour future busines. business. other of our carbonated beverages. If Mr. W. S. Hopper, of Lancaster, was The marriag- - of Mrs. Lila Spoona-mor- e jou have not yet tried any or all ot and J. Kox Dudderar was solemnthem jou don't know what a tine treat the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. ized at the home of Mr. John Sioona-mor- e jou have been missing. Don't keep on C. Williams. at Iledgeville last Thursday by v and missing it. Order a box Mrs. W. II. Swope entertained a commence enjojing yourself. number of friends and relatives at ltev. D. M. Walker. The bnie is a Incorporated very attractive and accomplished lady, dinner Sunday. while the groom is one of the most Mrs. Hogan Italian! is the guest of and her mother, Mrs. II. I.. Elder, at Lex- prominent farmers of this county also holds a Imsitiotl as engineer on this ington this week. branch of the L. & N. Mr and Mrs. Phone 202. Miss Teater has returned home Dudderar will spend the winter here after a very pleasant visit with Mr. with his sister, Mrs. (!. l DcIIurde and Mrs. Lem Teater. and in the spring will go to the farm. Mrs. It. I. liurton and Miss Mayme OKCASIXISn I.V.V.J. Kii- Leo Italian! were guests at dinner For Infants and Children day of Mrs. Forest Stupp at Idincaster. ' FALLING HAIR OR 6&Fe Mrs, Ii. Uose continues to improve In Her many from her recent illness. Always bears OF LANCASTER. KY. ITCHING SCALP. the friends are hoping to see her out in a Haitt. " Floor Space. Bears the Signature of Aj AKv fy l!i. Narcotic. Madison Tobacco In Use WAEEHOUSB CAPITAL J. For Over S40,000.00 221. Thirty Years J. CASTORIA J. To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and Adjoining ties and "Others Interested: THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Ilue Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. Lancaster tling CO. Bot- We Write Anv Kind of CASTORIA Signature of J I - INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Office over The National Hank of Lancaster, (. Use For Ovr 30 Years J Citizens National Bank Surplus $45,000. J J. tan A. BEAZLEY "lall-Band- & Kj-, Phont 27. CO. Footwear and We Iilieve it is th.3 Best Ycu Can Buy Men who have been wesrin',' rubber footwear for years, and who have worn all kinds, tell us tlicy net more Jays' wear and comfort and betthan in any ether make. ter fit in "Dall-Han" d" Wt Sill I " ii the cheapest, too. In the Ion,; r n It' nn good to fiure howmuch a boot cnt ur.t.l vou know how 1 r. it it going; to weir. Count the Tout iUy' wrar I'ist ; ou get from "IUII-IUnd- " wear ami ou will ue that it eivcj the crcatctt ten uc lor tnc money. A HrJ Hull it tht tioi! mark of "iiatt-ftjnj- " luvlwtar "tell-Rand- few days. Now that Parisian Sage an tnex. Miss Ehzabeth Bryant resumed her pmsive preparation that supplies every school dut'es Monday, teaching in the hair and scalp need - can lie had from new school building which was recently It. I'.. Mcltoberts, it is cortainly needcompleted. les to have thin, brittle, matted, stringy Misses Merlyn and Julia Mae Walker or f ailed hair. No matter Uox unsightly uf Danville, have returned home after your hair, how badly it is fulling, or visiting their aunts, Mrs. It. P. and how much dandruir, Parisian S.ige is all that is needed. Every trace of iland-rut- r Mrs. W. H. Swope. removed with one 'application, Mr. and Mrs, J. Hogan Italian! at- tended the annual Heuuion of the the hair roots aro nourished and stimulatSparks family Sunday at the home of ed to grow new hair, itching sculp and falling hair cease. Mr.'Murgan Sparks in Nicholasviile. Parisian Sage is certainly one of the. Canulen, Mr. and Mrs. NatlunNm-o- f most invigorating tonics, and will surely Ohio came last week for a visit to Mr. make your hair soft, abundant and radiand Mis, Taylor Nee and other ant with life and beauty. relatives. They expect to ha in Ky for about a mouth. The charming little daughter who arGARRARD COUNTY rived lust week at the home of Mr. i Capital $50,000. II. K. HUDSON. Victor Bogaert Co. i Leading Mnntifarturiti President. Jot: J, W. J. WAIM'K, jit., Vice Prest. W. (). P.ICNKV. Ass't Cash'r. ME.MI1ERS OF American Kentucky WaI.KKIi, IJ F. CHAMP. Cashier. j , Jewelers & Importers! ; KM-I- West Main St : Lexington, Kentucky. Hank Association. Hankers Association. National Curiency Association. Federal Reserve Hank, Cleveland. ( New York, llruasels, Helguim. s' 'oxo.';:.'.':. .. . iwiwicsxo:.; Becker Ballard and Mrs. W. It, Halcoinb is being royally welcomed and has been chritei ed. Maty Catherine, Mr. A. T. Scott and family moved Monday to the residence he recently purchated of Mr. J. II. Deane, Mr. mid Mrs. Deane moving to the home of Mr Charley Deane, Mr. Churlej Henninger and family have taken possession of the home vacated by Mr. T. T. Itur. dette, Judge If. It. llrowing and family have returned to thir old hums at Williumshurg to reside. BONDS FOR SALE. 1. Ballard PHONE 27. S Ut. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. On Tuesday the Dtli day of Fehruurv 1U1 5. ut ti o'clock in. or thereabout. 1,1 In. Ml till, I III Pt IttlllriM lliuir III i.an,.asU.r, (larrard county, Kentucky, the undersigned commissioner will sell nt public outcry, to the highest and best bidder, tin bunds of said county to tile amount of fifteen thousand dot Inrs ($15.UUO.0)) for the nurposelof re modeling and repairing the Court liouso Said bonds uf Uarrard County, Kj'. s will be issued in three series A. of $.7kw.() and consisting of live bonds of f UKiO.OO each, due nnd payable live years from the date ol YOU CAN GET THEM their issue Series II, of :IM.W and consisting AT THIS OFFICE. of live bonds of $1WH).U0 each, due and pa able ten ears from the date of their IsbUe. If you want posters. Series C, of $."oon.()0 and consisting If you want of live bonds of llrtMj.nO each, due and If you want programs. payable tifteen yearn from the date of If you want envelopes. their Issue If you want Said bonds will be issued and bear interest t rum the tirst day of March If you want statements. l'Jlu. at li tier cent ner annum, inteiest If juu want culling cards. payable annually. Said bonds will not If you want wedding invitations. be sold for leas than their face value. If you want announcement cards. The commissioner reserves the right to If you want cards of thank. reject any and all bids. The purchaser If you want job printing of any 'des- will be required to deposit $1500.00 in cription dona In the very beat style and cash or certified check nn date of sale. W. F. CHAMP. Commissioner. on thort. notice, call at the Record of. flea on Richmond street. 111 tuwit:-Seriev note-head- I ! World's Record Gar. :: A -- i n e2aalaH : j ; :: . . : 1915 0. 1 I This $1,250 Stock Cnr made 7500 miles in 'M days with Honnet Sealed. From Sept 23 to Oct 23, it traveled through 23 Slates, You can't ask any more of any automobile, no matter whrt the horsepower or coat. For catalogue & car specifications write eg CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky m The Central Record, Thursday Jan 7 1915. H. C. BKIGHT. 2 ALLEN HIEATT, Page 7 President. J. S. PRICE, Vice President. Secretary. Tobacco Sells For $20.50 Over here now. Our Breaks, Tuesday on Closing Sale Here are a few of those who madelgood averages. There are plenty of others. Remember this is their entire offerings for the day. Cloyd nt.il Scant, Lincoln Co., 1,7-1- We sold over Two Hundred Thousand Pounds Monday and Tuesday at a grand average of $9.10. Old prices are prevailing 1 a J aa Fry & CiiMMlpanter. Lincoln Oo.rtin in J. A. Unbinxm. ItoylM'oimty.riio Onl Will Scott. Jinamine ('ounty,An rP 1.1180 Hi. $OT.S'J, 3,!11 His J I'J.fl, nverage OlU.tJU I.2.V. ll $l.Vl.M, average poundi. $.7)1.1'.! HVcr...M4.UU Carter & llasket, Lincoln Co.,niq AA Tilfonl Alexander. Hoylo Co., . S20.50. 3,120 lbs IIMJO. average S14.75 , '.'.CO lbs, ?:II.U; average. .Olu.vU highest basket "r:;: If you have the goods we can do just as well for you. Once our PERFORM. "HE THE PRICE." customer, always, our customer. SEE OUR AUCT10NER GETS oIs.D Danville Walnut Street. I. M. Dunn, Tobacco S. Warehouse Incorporated. OF WILL RECOVER. Company. Danville, Ky. WORTH THOUSANDS President Jno. Van Winkle, Secretary J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary Th.i good news that Taylor Hughes DOLLARS. SHE SAYS will recover has been received from Miss., where the young man Mrs. Fannie Waren Places High Value Oulfpirt, has been critically ill for several weak. Andes, Cored, Rheumatism on His parents. Judge and Mrs. John W. Hughes, have been with him for some Debility and Nervousness time. The deepest interest was manialso Yield to Influence fested in the matter, not alone by of Medicine. reason of the young man's high standing, but because of the popularity of The following statement regarding his parents. A late message says Andes' Prescription, the medicine that Taylor is completely out of danger is accomplishing such remarkable re- Messengert sults all over Kentucky, was made a few das ago hy Mrs. Kannie Waren, WARNER. of tij Demutli street, Louisville Ky. Mrs. Susan W.irner. wife of .Mr. been sick for a long time," "have said Mrs. Waren. "I 'ioctorcd for I'eter Warner, died at her home in jears", she continued, "anil had taken Stanford au j the burial took place in medicine untl the very thoughts of it 1 would make me sick. had some catarrh and nervousness, but rheuma-- I tism was my worst trouble. "1 have not had a real good night's rest for a long time, and just to smell food cooking nauseated me, and when 'I did eat any thing it would lay heavy I on my stomach like a lump of lead. had dull headaches and dizzy spells and felt so tired that I could hardly stand ( on mv fest. 1 was awfully nervous at times and if I had to jtep lively to "catch a street car or climb steps, my heart would beat so fast that I became uneasy about myself. My rheumatism however, has given me no end of troub- le. When up I could hardly sit down, and when down'it was an elTort to get up, as I was so stitT in my limbs. One of mv friends had been using Andes' Medicine and told me of the great re- suits it had given her for iiver trouble and insisted that I should try some. Well. I thank the day it came into my home, as from the first application of the great oil my pains became less se- vere and after taking the Andes l're- scription for ten days my rheumatism is about all gone. 1 would not take a thousand dollars for what I now have in mv home, if I knew that I could not secure more of it. I sleep and eat well and my food agrees with me. It seems like a miracle 1 am so changed in such a short time, and 1 can recommend Andes' Medicines to any one who has sulTered asjl have. "Statements of this ' kind is positive proof that Andes' Med- The McKoberts Drug i.'ines i cure. $3.00 One Year COURIER-JOURNA- $1.75 Six Months L DAILY BY MAIL (Not Sunday) the Lancaster cemetery last Wednesday afternoon. Iloth Mr. and Mrs. Warner were natives of (iarrard Co., nil the friends who gathered at the grave attested the esteem and Iovj of their old friends and neighbors. Great sympathy is express for "L'ncle Pete," s he is lovingly called, who is eighty five years old. Hesiiles her aged hus band Mrs. Warner leaves three children to mourn her loss. HUFFMAN, DURING : AND JANUARY ONLY. FEBRUARY These Two Months. Tobacco Brings $21.50 at Price for 1 PEOPLES HOUSE Geo. Cutsinger, of Boyle County, Gets This Basket, Another of 3 5 Pounds bringing $ 9.50 410-poun- d 1 All Tobacco Placed on Floors at the Peoples House Sold at High Figures and Bidding was Spirited. Peoples House sells over One Hundred Thousand Pounds Bringing the Sales at this House for Four Days to Half a Million Pounds. Growers Greatly Pleased With Prices. Jiimr) .Mumi', (iarrnid the following baskf lv Hid huihU at LVUI Kiunil at IfiO K)uniN at lid.'! pounds at lis) (Kiund at til poundi at 110 pound at .. 1 Again the death angel visited the home of Mr. Albert Hulfman on Tuesday night Dec. -- Jtb, and took from their midst a loving father. His death came as a shock to his friends and loved ones. He had only been ill a short time, and his condition was not thought to be serious. He will be greatly missed in this community where he was well known, having been born and raised here. He leaves one brother Mr. Wm. Hulfman of Iloones Creek, two daughters. Mrs. ileulah Gerwick of Clinton III, and Mrs. T. L. Ilroaddus of Marks-burand ten sons, .Messrs Oscar and Lee, of Tulare Cal., Kverett of Clinton III.. Scott. Trice. Hen, Taylor. Grover, Andrew, and Carl of Marksbury, to mourn his loss. Much sympathy is felt I!ut for Carl who is yet in childhood. they must learn to know that their loss is his gain and that he has gone home to meet his wife who died about a year y, Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited to JUST ONE-HAL- F REGULAR PRICE Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-JournAgent in this district, al R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Courier-Journ- al - Kentucky. Company, Louisville, Ky. ago. c ounty. Hold Charles Dietrich, (iarrard county sold the following baskets: 355 pounds at 410 pounds at -i PROMOTIONS FOR ..K. cent! .Itlj cent . cents ..U.J cent cents 13 cents 13J cents m at 2io Hunds at 730 Hiunds J75 ounds '.'35 pounds 470 pounds 415 poundi .140 at at 145 mund nt 140 pounds nt 310 pound at Mi con 1 1U cents K'i cents 300 ut at pounds ut pounds at cents cents 14 cents ICJ cents 1CJ cents 1. cents 15 cents 131 cents l'.J cents 13 14 cnt of this city store has exclusive-agencCall on them and they will tell you of many it has done good in Garrard Co. TWO GOOD MEN. Vernon Richardson in his Washington notes to the Danville Advocate contains the following interesting item. "It will be good news to his many Danville friends, and they are many, to learn that Mr. Albert I). Wirgate will have charge of the State of Kentucky, with headquarters at Louisville, He will go for the liureau uf Census. PLACES HAILING LIST to Louisville abovt the first of Kebru- ON CASH BASIS ary mid will take with him a force of twenty-liv- e to forty men, who I from Rale of $5. per Year Again Offered II I will be engaged for several months LEXINGTON WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW HERALD ORLEANS OF THE SOUTH. RETURN L1.VIT. LIBERAL R STOP-OVE- AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. FAVORABLE PRIVILEGES. PEOPLES TO WAR E Incorporated. Paid By January 15, 1915. To Old This Offer Is Open Alike New and Subscribers. Danville, Kentucky. WHY UWctaancawlth your luwIW wmw . RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOK TUACHURS Cour.es IrudliiK to Elementary, Inlermrdlato ami I.lfo Male Certiorate. Valid ill all Public School tit Ken. du ty, bpcclal Course, and llrview Courws. Tuition Kris to Appointee. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of unrlculture. a well riilpprd yilllltt.llllll. lMllltr.nu roieiuc nr.. .rut. urKlu. -- i.tunU'r 7. riecoml Term November 10. Third Term January 1 Fourth Term April 5, Hummer Hchool opens Julie II, Catalogue Free. J. u, H AUim, I'mlaVsl. I It atioluta and ul.k d'ath .. l th. term, oi roup. v.-I other Inlactioua durwi. A I i,w drop, la th dilukui wawr kill. in. oiimh v.olt ilcko.M. OajsOoboMto ' At drucjrtal. of by nail. pn- - nmliiiii Poultry Cur -- i int uni aaiaaai CO.. Inlialn ll. On September 15 The Lexington H.ruM Miinnunced that from that dale its mailing list would be conducted on a strictly cash in advance basis, all subscribers being discontinued on the first and fifteenth of each month who were not paid in advance. This practice was adhered to from that date. but on the 15 of December it was de cided by The Herald to continue all subscribers whose subscriptions expired between that date and the 15 of January to the last named date, thus giving ample time for all who have been in the habit of paying on the first of the year to do so before the expiration date. They ulso onVr the rute of $3.00 to all of those subscribers who will pay the full ear in advance before January 15. A dally newspaper was never a more welcome visitor to a home than it has been for months past and as it will be for months to come. The great war of Europe seems just in its beginning, while trouble seems again brewing on the Mexican border. The markets, on uccount of the unsettled conditions abroad and at home, continue to vary constantly and a daily newspaper is on absolute necessity to the farmer for hit protection. gathering important statistics for the Another Department of Commerce. bright young Kentuckiun will also go with Mr- - Wingate in the person of ..Mr. Chester Fitch, formerly of Niche lasville, who will be his chief lieuten ant in the work. Mr. Wingate is th only one of the younger men in the department we lime heard of who has I EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED For Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address H. C. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent 101 East Main St., Lexineton, Ky. position been given such a responsible and this fact alone justifies the many nice little stories this column has carried about the good service of this young Kentuckiun in one of Uncle Sam's most important branches of work. He had only been in the department here u few weeks until his I splendid ability appealed to the men higher up, who entrusted him with important duties and he handled them with so much accuracy and expedition that the above position will come to him as u worthy reward for his good work. Here's hoping he will rise higher and higher; Small Farm Or Lots For Sale. land, front1 have sixteen acres of , ing on pike, within lx miles of 3 county-sealsclose to school and churches, which 1 will sell as a whole or in lots of two acres or more. Also 3 acres, fronting on pike, has Diaw A Check for the money you owe and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors gard you. re- They like to do busiuess wifh u man who has an account at the Garrard Bask 4 Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Uetter open such an account even If your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. spring of everlasting water. Possession at once. Will tell on easy terms. G. It. Swin-broa- d, The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Lancaster, Ky. Page 8 I FARMER'S COLUMN J 1 The Central Record, Thursday Jan 7, 1915. i Favorite Recipes Qf Vioii Known Wom9n- UY MRS. ' r a.aBBaBaBajapBaBfeaBaBatajaaafaaBjB9aBav7jvvv ! etcla-lit Ihe Mte of itock,grMti ntnl mrli tlitnc on lurrn Ihe Urmer caimol t "t in mlTrr-lit- . No notice will ! tettwl ot.r Innf of ihf unci will h only In 'no m lln, rrnith, H 1 Ir Iwlow IhU htuftimc lot nit nit tit our furmrr Ht'cfHr, t lor JKFF DUNN, Umncton. Kv. LISTEN (he ol.l J 1 PULLED CANDY. pints of iuar, I! tnlplespoons of cream, teaspoon of vlnetfur. llutter size of walnut, 1 pint of boiling water, l'inch of salt, Strayed: From my place on Stipur l'ut all tigetlier and stir until sugar Is thoroughtly dissolved Creek, two heifer, weight about B50 red, one with liorm. one until it ninkes a soft ball when poured into cold water. pounds, color r h iuun- uenorneu. i ,imi hii in tion. Fred .1. Conn, It 1. Lancaster Ky. For Satc;Krrh J envy Milk cow with calf. W. V. Clark', l.ntictcr Ky i;i-m- Reliable Barbershop still runs nt the siiiiit and cook tild Monti on Rielinimiil Mreet, V R. N EXT. ..l..f H. M. DUNCAN . 200 Im.hola nice For Sale;-AboWill sell clean orchard era" seed. cheap if sold at once. J. T. Ander?on. Lancaster 11, K. '2. THE PLANTERS HOUSE, J For mare, mules T. Sale-- work ana saddle ' also two cominc 1J year old mare and 1 coming yearling liorsemule V. Conn, K. R 1. Lnncaater Ky. (rood FORMERLY THE OLD SHELBURME MANAGED BY J. LESLIE KNIGHT AND J. C. STONE KELLY. AND REPRESENTED AGAIN IN IN Do Tou Like a Story OF OF OF OF H. H Attn row, Cnuhmtv Oifrai. lHaM Jtlnl, rnL(i'lloit Uliamitffd SATURDAY MATINEES GARRARD COUNfY BY JOSEPH LEADS PRICES, lleginning next Saturday afternoon HIGH and continuing throughout the season, Several more crops of tobacco from (Jarrard County were sold at the The Rex Theatre will have a matinee every Saturday for the benefit of the i..intt.r, Hou.--e this week at prices that were pleasing to the owners. Among country people who cannot see the evening programs. tf those selling from this county and their averages were as follows. J. F. Foley, SOtiO pound, for SLIM. SO or an average of $11.31. George LUUIt Anion and l.ane, pounds for J37J.31 or nn average of Jlfi.lti. Denny, Glance at your label right now m il pound for $:ir.0."), nn average of $11. LV.. above prices included every The see if the figures read 11114. Ifsovour n'mc l)ein left out time has expired and we want you to renew at once, We must insist on you The floors are loaded again for, Thursday's market. We can take care of paying in advance or we will be comAsk any day. Get yours here for next Tuesday's market. pelled to raise the price of our paper your tobacco nny pleased with their treatment, as others are doing. tf. of the above mentioned parties how they were We are always and the prices received at this popular house. The l'lanters. FIGHT? LOVE? MYSTERY? CRIME? and THE NEW Opposite Post Oilier. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. These are the chords struck in "The Master Key," a wonderful story of adventure, of gold and the fight for a mine. If you're human enough to like excitement, if you relish fast heart beats, like thrills, make a mental note now to read this story. J. E. Seale.Prop Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. READ IT IN THIS PAPER Then see the moving pictures produced by the Universal Film Manufacturing Company by special arrangement for this paper. John M. McRoberts. rlNT mck willing to stand by what our cmtomera sav of us. Remember that Joe Kelly W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon I.ANCASTKK. KY. Oilier I'liotie f, Mrs. R. G, Woods spent Saturday in is with thus house " Richmond. Mrs. A. F. Caldwell was hostess at a dining on New Years day. Miss Agnes Henderson of Lancaster is the guest of friends here. Mrs. Tandy Centers was hostess at elaborate dining on Friday. School reopened Monday and the kiddies are back at hard work. Mr. Lyman Freeman of Danville has been the guest of Mr. Currej- - Rice. Miss Mary Noel, of Danville, is the guest of her sister Mrs. James Woods. Office Phone 18. Miss Emma Burchell entertained a a friends on Saturday evening. number Mrs Lewis Guyn came Monday from Shelbyville for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guyn. Messrs. G. M. Treadway, E. L. Woods 'Mid Ross and Jack Davis spent Monday in Richmond. Mr. Gay Rice and daughter Miss Louise were visitors in Lexington and W.O.RIGNEY Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. III theastep1kev) gSlWfw FLEMING WILSQkT I'lioiie llll M. I Tofy&icrzp and Somonc-c-- f lrjfV Funeral l f JJ J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Paint Lick, Lancaster, Paris the past week. B. Woods was hostess at a sumptous dining on Wednesday in honor of her sister Miss Mary Noel. The officers of Old Paint Lick church were entertained at a splendid dinner on Tuesday by Mr. J. Wade Walker, Miss Elizebeth Eldridge returned to State university and Mr. Arthur Eldridge returned to Hampton Sidney j on Monday. Miss Ethel Estridge and Mr. Jim Harve Ralston were the guests of Mr. I and Mrs. John Anderson at Point' Mrs. Rex Theater NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT. Chaj Conner. Vice-Pres. Moving Picture Play At The OrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. IMione :W7-- HUCKKYE. KY Prompt Service dny imd ni(ht. J. J, A. Beazley FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce WASHINGTON Pennsylvania RATES l IHM. tltlthl ,11.50, 12.00 fALS RATUl tam, Prlnti lilt 12.50, $1.00 up. R. L Stivers, Pres. L M. Land, Trens. J. V. Rodes. Mgr. Ketidencr t'hunr Hank. Office I'hona 'ii I.ANCASTKIt. KY. 3. 0rt National THE Avenue, at 18th & H. Sts. 1.. lllt.lII -, It. Independant Tobacco Warehouse Company, Lexington, Kentucky. H. K. Denny anfl W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. 0.1ic -- Morm. Leavellon Friday. The Misses Eldridge entertained few friends informally on New Years A delightful salad course evening. ivas served the assembled guests. Mrs. A. li. Wynn has been the guest of her parents at Laymun Ky. tor two weeks. Mr. Wynn joined her for a I weeks visit anil they returned home on I , lilt . iirf WHITE HOUSE. .ud riiriiitnrr 9ioiv. I. ANCASTKi:. KKNTCCKY. Hulldlnial.i Hurt A Auitl OVERLOOKS Wednesday. Mrs. James Woods gave a moat enj joyable "Progressive Rook Party" on New Y'ears Eve in honor of her sister, I Miss Mary Noelof Danville, A delight-- 1 ful salad course was served late in the evening nn.l the guests stayed to welI come In the New Year. The Misses Rice entertained in a most delightful manner on New Year's evening in honor of their brothers visitor, ' Mr. Freeman of Danville. Quite a good ly number of joung people Were there and it is needless to say that the re- - J freshments served were of a delicious Elegant Appointments, Palm Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room' 9 Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ollicv at Lancaster. Oltlc a Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. For The Sale Of Loose Leaf Tobacco. FREE OF ANY TRUST. Intersection South Lime and Upper Streets. Phone 1910. Capacity 750,000 lbs. It, I.. Stivers. Chus Conner. I la. . - I.utry Stable. Kentucky Offlcr Wr.t ,it in toll lluillt IP m la html b J3. W. I'hono .". Wvlti-:v DENTIST. 300 Loaded Wagons. J. W. Nodes, W. K. I.nncustt'r, Ky. DIRECTORS. M. I.antl, .and, I.uther Sturra. I Official Directory Of Garrard County. nature, i ..r ? BUYtflX-TQA- Y Daily Louisville Herald and This house still leads in Kentucky, selling over 6,750. pounds of the Tobacco sold in Lexington of per hundred over the December 9th at an average of 77cts rest of the house. one-thi- rd I I Circuit Jii'lKi- '- I jn Chndp. A llRrftlli. Hull. Kiiimrl Tur tinitnumtrltU .Uiuriii-J- CIlFUlll Ink 1 llllam Master ( .ilium, mnrr jmr Tru.t.' Jury OltlcUl C K i.l-- ll Ma.uu. . II. Hruwti iij. K. Cuhlu.a H M..., tint ( Ml,, !ut Mie'by A. llliP MECHANICS For Fathw and Son W 400,000 The Central Record BY t MAIL FOR ONE YEAR AT Mr Lindsey Ray's crop sold in this house last Thursday; at an average of $16.75. At this house Mr Oscar Ray sold his crop at an average of $14.60. Don't you think you had better come to the Independent with the rest of the crowd, where you will find a crowd and men who know how to sell Tobacco. Mr Pat Sutton and Luther Rainey of your county are our representatives, so call them up and find out about Atljriif jr It J. W. lUmilioii. Ki.iny tlfl ll.rrj TkiiiIIii.ou. CMrotit'ri A Jour,, ITtiilUtr Cuuiii) Ju.lfr ArmiM. I, (' WalLr. Cuiiuty Cli n lierlrT 1.)F Hupvrluttfi Jiller t". A KuMu.uU. ,-,. M.illll-0.01- T. B.IUr.1. t'lioul-M- .Jmit ol li, li'. A,.uur luie Jruu. jig lipput) A..ri."r haii'lvri. K uiwrvlurut Koil-."lov- !.ul rrfH.urer -- J. W. Kliuiirv. ll'f lluo. II. jr. llourna, MAGAZINE Special Price Of $3.00. coplei every month without (ample AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find it of btorbtag interest. Everything in it is You Can lndartUnd II MMMm ml t inoi prammmashow haveano (uliutun. Any you copy : or writ ihe newadealer will Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at your home each day including your home paper, at the price of $3.00. the market. MAdHTHATK'.. J. N Whin, l.t.lil.i. Lovkii Utjit VikI, IUl. JuUuH. ihlui .inl.liui. J.iiid, Ctnillrau Hit, HI, i, COUNT V 110 MID OF KIlUL'ATIOl Tltuuip, riiulU. Jr. 1,1. IU,t. It. I). UcMuilr), inl. Pl.t. (i. J, Urmlrcn, inl. Illit. Tlium.t f, Kluv. till. IH.l. CtfVOf H.NX'ASITKK. Maror U U, IiavlU.uu. City Judxf-- J. I'. I'r.llitr, City Attoru.j-- J. K.UoWdiod. rt. for In Popular He. Magaiin Mchan!s CMtCAQO ., Mlll lc a postal will do. A COPY This offer positively expires on Independent Tobacco Warehouse Co: Lexington, Kentucky. Cltj Aihuoi-Ju- hu City TruMoror Chlctl'ullca-l.K. M. Mount. W.K. Cb,mp. February 23th, 1915. lUrrou. COUHCIlMCat)! J r J. II. D.ltou fatktrareiorr. gam Cottoa. W, M, Z.auua. w, 0. Qa&4 la Ur. J, A. Aiuob,